All streets in Griendtsveen

Griendtsveen has 18 streets.
View all streets below in the city Griendtsveen. Click on a street to see all the house numbers in this street. It is also possible to use the search box to find a specific street. All streets are in alphabetical order.

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Griendtsveen, The Netherlands

Griendtsveen is a small village located in the province of Limburg in The Netherlands. It is known for its beautiful natural surroundings and rich history. The village is situated in the Peel region, which is famous for its peat moors and picturesque landscapes.

The history of Griendtsveen is closely connected to the peat industry. In the 19th century, the area was covered in extensive peat bogs, and the village was built to accommodate the workers who extracted peat for fuel. The discovery of coal as a more efficient energy source led to the decline of the peat industry, but Griendtsveen still bears the marks of its past.

Today, Griendtsveen is a peaceful and charming village that attracts visitors with its beautiful nature reserves. The Deurnsche Peel and Mariapeel natural parks offer opportunities for hiking, cycling, and birdwatching. Nature lovers can explore the diverse flora and fauna of the region while enjoying the tranquility of the countryside.

In addition to its natural beauty, Griendtsveen also features several historic landmarks. The old peat factory, now converted into a museum, provides insights into the village's industrial heritage. Visitors can learn about the process of peat extraction and its impact on the local community. The picturesque canals and traditional brick houses further add to the charm of the village.