5 juli 2017

Bicycle route signs

During our hike we saw these 2 poles, showing the colours of both the German and the Dutch flag. Back home I googled and found out that they mark the 84 km long 'Grenzsteinroute' , a bicycle route along the border between Germany and the Netherlands. During the route a number of boundary stones ('Grenzsteine' in German) are passed. hence the name. The route starts in Coevorden (NL) then goes to Schoonebeek (NL), Twist (Germany), Zwartemeer (NL), Rütenbrock (Germany), and ends in Ter Apel (NL). Or vice versa of course :)

I'm linking to signs, signs.

17 opmerkingen:

  1. ...a simple,but nice marking system.

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  2. Ideetje voor een volgend tochtje? Leuk idee.

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  3. dat is duidelijke taal Marleen

    die 84 km zo ik wel niet op één dag rijden

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  4. What a great and creative way to mark the border. I like it!

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  5. Reminds me of a trail I hiked that kept going back and forth across the borders of Germany and Austria. At each "border crossing" would be these colored poles, like the one you photographed.

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  6. Very interesting!
    I like the bench and the little table.

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  7. That's a really interesting representation.

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  8. I like your shot & the concept behind these pole signs!

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  9. Tres creative way to mark boundaries Marleen..

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  10. Every day we can learn something new.

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  11. Very interesting!
    I like the bench and the little table.


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