Strolling around through the winding streets and pretty alley’s in authentic Oatmöske (Low Saxon) 🙂
The interesting mix of historic Hollandic and old Saxon architecture makes for a unique town in the Netherlands. If you like art, I don’t think there is town with more art galleries per square meter.
Ootmarsum is located North-eastern Twente which has been designated as a national landscape, due to its rolling landscape, which is incredibly varied thanks to an intricate combination of streams, ashes, enclosed fields and cultivated marshland.
0:00 The Cosy Walstraat
2:05 Keerweer – Kerklpein. The 13th Catholic Church is build in Westphalian Romano-Gothic style. It’s the only one of it’s kind in the Netherlands.
6:15 Het Pläske, with the 18th century Dutch Reformed church build in Neoclassical style.
7:45 Grotestraat – Schiltstraat
10:30 The beautiful Markt and Marktstraat
12:00 Sculture Garden
13:00 Gasthuisstraat. Such a nice little street
18:10 Back at the Kerkplein. Let’s walk around the church 🙂
22:48 Open air museum and a Watermill.
24:15 Othmar Beer Brewery. A traditional brewery which makes it’s beer according to the german ‘Reinheitsgebot’ rules. Thanks for viewing!
Temp: 🌤️ 22°C
Town Population: 4.480
Equipment : Osmo Pocket + External Mic + Walking Techniques
Editing & Grading: Adobe Premiere Pro
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