All streets in Schokland
Schokland has 8 streets.
View all streets below in the city Schokland. 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.
Schokland, The Netherlands
Schokland is a small village located in the Dutch province of Flevoland. It was once an island in the Zuiderzee, a large inlet of the North Sea. However, due to the constant threat of flooding, the island was abandoned in 1859.
Today, Schokland is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore the village and learn about its rich history. The Museum Schokland offers a comprehensive overview of the island's past, including its archaeological finds and stories of the people who once inhabited it.
One of the most notable landmarks in Schokland is the Church of Middelbuurt. Built in the 1830s, the church is a reminder of the village's religious past. It is now used for special events and services.
As a symbol of resilience, Schokland serves as a reminder of the ongoing battle between the Dutch and the sea. Its history and cultural significance make it a fascinating place to visit for anyone interested in the Netherlands' unique relationship with water.