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Medemblik naar Enkhuizen est un sentier de point à point de 22.4 kilomètres situé près de Medemblik, North Holland en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 22.4 km Dénivelé: 152 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B

randonnée

vélo de route

balade

ornithologie

lac

voie aménagée

vue panoramique

faune

site historique

Barathon

Over the Omringdijk. When you walk from Medemblik to Enkhuizen, you go over the surrounding dyke. They are called Noorder-, Ooster- or Zuiderdijk, but it is the 800-year-old surrounding dyke. It is the 126 km long dike that encloses West Friesland. Remember that this area formed a kind of watery island group where towns such as Enkhuizen, Medemblik and Hoorn were eagerly trading with their neighboring towns in Friesland, Holland, but also the Baltic Sea (Hanze). West Friesland was therefore always interesting for the economy and so Floris V already made frantic attempts to subjugate the self-willed people. After about 15 years in 1288, he succeeded. And as Machiavelli describes in his Il Prinicipe: Go and live among your people. Floris therefore built Radboud Castle in Medemblik to keep the people under control from this forced fortress. In 1297 West Friesland eventually came to the Dutch, but they retained their language and freedoms, with the goal of paying as little tax as possible. Nowadays Enkhuizen and Medemblik are nice tourist towns with a lot of water sports and beautiful Old Dutch monuments. Medemblik lost much of its trade on the North Holland Canal. Fortunately the tourists know what to do with it. Enkhuizen is even more idyllic with its many monuments such as trading houses, gates and churches. At the time, it had the largest herring fleet in the Netherlands, but with the arrival of the Afsluitdijk it is better to go to Scheveningen to eat herring.

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