The Market in Groede is one of the few places that were not bombarded during World War II. The Burgundian character plus the leafy trees radiate a lot of cosiness. The three-legged halls church, whose oldest part dates back to the 13th century, occupies the central place of the town. The church has been literally played by storm and high seas twice, she has survived the imagery, possessing a historical organ and some medieval graves. Now there are occasional church services. But also exhibitions, concerts, symposia, weddings and funerals, parties and festivals.
In the center is also the Slijkstraat, a street with museum, which possesses the intimate atmosphere of far-reaching grandeur. Old crafts, Smedery, Bakery, Hairdresser, as well as localities are shown here.
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