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Hunebedcentrum, Borger

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  • On a cold day in February visited this park. Inside it is necessary to see, I think children like the dolmens. For us as 65plusser also plenty to learn.
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  • A visit to this Centre stimulates the imagination. In a very informative way sets out how the dolmen builders, to about 20,000 km without machines, stone could move. The geography lessons of the past come to life.
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  • Drente is of course also dolmens. So searched and found the megaliths Centre. Nice set up museum with a wealth of information which could be appreciated also by our kids
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  • Leuk informatief dagje weg.
  • Leuk en enkele goede hoeken voor kids. Restaurant is beter dan het oogt: broodje Deksteen smaakte verrukkelijk!
  • Interesting to learn more history of the dolmen. Box office employee explained only nothing from which we did not know where the exhibition began and when the movie would run. Bit awkward.
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  • Not necessarily for me, but interesting if you want to know how and why people were stacking stones. I think kids like it.
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  • An excellent exhibition. Somewhat specialized in terms of theme but very good of its kind. With interactive touch tables, fun for young and old.
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