On 2 July the Landschapsbiografie van de
(Landscape Biography of the Drentsche Aa) will be published. The book is all about the only Dutch landscape that combines nature, agriculture and living villages.
, professor of Landscape History and director of the Centre for Landscape Studies at the Faculty of Arts, and historical geographer Hans Elerie made major contributions to the volume.
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