Episode 34: Oldeberkoop - 900 years of historyFirst aired: Thursday, 2 April 2015 at 17.00 hours
Oldeberkoop is an ancient village that was first mentioned in 1228, as Frisian fighters come together in "Brokope" to travel in Drenthe. This historic village is build on the sand ridges between the rivers Linde and Tjonger 900 years ago. Oldeberkoop; the name is probably derived from two different words. Namely "broek" that "stuk grasland" means, and "ope", derived from water.
In this episode Roos is this time in the village of Oldeberkoop in the province of Friesland
On both sides of the Linde and the layers Tjonger lands that were previously a major part of the year under water. There are hundreds of villages in the northern provinces and all of them are worth to get the attention. Not only the villages are worth the attention but also the northern cities. Who will Roos be talking to this time?
Besides the Koepelbos is a popular deer camp with a goat camp. Children can have lots of fun. Part of the forest at the deer camp is replanted in the seventies of the last century. Among the younger trees there are remnants of ancient hedgerows visible.
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