Oosterbeek is looking great and it's natural surroundings, wide setup in housing, attracts the wealthy above the less fortunate. Oosterbeek has a elegant charm of nobility, though it never lost it's touch with the ground.
Watch when walking through the shoppingstreet around. What do you notice? Yes, many see it and call out "hey, a typical English telephoneboot!"
Further into the livingareas you should take a look at the houses and gardens. Here too a British look has found a way into the daily view of life. Cottage-like houses and landscape-gardens in English style are found in many places.
The houses in Oosterbeek already have a specific style. Many villa's and mansions can be found in this almost aristocratic town.
Some ethnocentric clod wrote "God Bless The USA" in big letters in the comment book at the Oosterbeek War Cemetery. US soldiers did not fight here and none are buried here. The cemetery is the final resting place of British, Canadian and Polish soldiers.
Pictured: Memorial for Warrent Office EW Bancroft