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Province Domain Halve Maan, Diest

Between the Demer and Diest in the waves of Hageland, the Province Subject Semi Monday The park derives its name from the LUNETTE, a part of the nineteenth century verdedigingsgordel around the city. The former guard has become a vibrant place to relax today and play sports, action and rest and past and present center.

Swimming, climbing and climbing, tennis, trampoline, mini golf, romp, rowing and pedal boats, ... Young and old will feel the adrenaline flows during the many sports that the domain offers! Beautiful can enjoy the pleasant sandy beach that surrounds the outdoor pool, in the restaurant or one of the many picnic areas. The children can enjoy the circuit with mini-cars or the playgrounds or take a look at the family farm where chickens, sheep, goats and donkeys will greet them exuberantly ...

Who wants to explore nature and history may indicate in a 30 ha area with a beautiful wall belt, ponds, remnants of the military zone and not forgetting the Linden Mill, the mill stake in the largest case of Flanders!

The Province Domain Crescent is built on the ramparts of the military fortress belt (1837-1855) around the strategically located Diest. That verdedigingsgordel had any incursions of the Dutch from the north turn. The place where the domain is now, was a forward bastion surrounded by water. In military terms, that a 'LUNETTE and hence, the name "Crescent." The Crescent has grown into a very attractive recreation: you can swim, rowing, tennis, pedal boats, mini golf, trampoline, hiking and sunbathing at the beach!

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Copyright: Ongenae Sven
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 03/08/2009
Uploaded: 04/08/2009
Updated: 02/03/2015


Tags: outdoors; nature; province domain; halve maan; diest; belgium; wind-mill
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