Heeze . Castle

  • The Netherlands
  • North Brabant
  • Heeze-Leende
  • 9.49 km (Approximately 02:22 u)
  • Hiking route 1340356
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Heeze . Castle

  • The Netherlands
  • North Brabant
  • Heeze-Leende
  • 9.49 km (Approximately 02:22 u)
  • Hiking route 1340356

Directions

# Description Distance
73
73 (5591HE, Heeze-Leende, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
83
83 (5591TM, Heeze-Leende, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 1.11 km
1
1 (5591TM, Heeze-Leende, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 1.89 km
Waschven (Waschven, 5731PT, Heeze-Leende, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 4.38 km
Strabrechtse Heide (Waschven, 5731PT, Heeze-Leende, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 4.82 km
Scheidingsven (Scheidingsven, 5591TZ, Geldrop-Mierlo, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 5.47 km

Sights

Waschven

Waschven
5731PT Heeze-Leende

At the Waschven you have a good view of the grazing Scottish highlanders.

Strabrechtse Heide

Waschven
5731PT Heeze-Leende

In addition to heather, heather and gale, juniper also grows on the heather.

Scheidingsven

Scheidingsven
5591TZ Geldrop-Mierlo

In early spring you can hear and see the moor frog at the fens.

Strabrechtse Heide - Vliegtuigcrashes

Rulse dijk
5591TX Heeze-Leende

According to the Loss Registers 1939 - 1945 of the Ministry of Defense, the following plane crashes among others took place: On 5 July 1941, a Hampden I of the 106th Squadron crashed near the Strabrechtse Dijk. The pilot was Sergeant Norman Edward Bowering, who, along with his crew, died in the conflagration that ensued after the crash. On July 8, 1941, a crash of a Wellington IC of the 99th Squadron was recorded in front of Heeze (Strabrechtse Heide). The pilot was Lieutenant EA Masters, who was taken prisoner of war along with his entire crew. On December 27, 1941, the crash of a Wellington IC of 57th Squadron was recorded in the Heeze - Someren area. The pilot, Thomas Purdy, and four other crew members are buried in the war cemetery in Woensel. On April 27, 1944 a Messerschmitt Bf 110G-4 crashed. The pilot, Oberfeldwebel Rudolf Frank, was killed. On December 25, 1944, a Typhoon IB of the 440th Squadron crashed. The pilot was Harry J. Hardy, who was able to leave the plane.

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