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't Haantje, Drenthe

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Country  Netherlands
Population  269 (1 Dec 2007)
Municipality  Coevorden
Local time  Saturday 10:22 AM
Province  Drenthe
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Weather  4°C, Wind SW at 10 km/h, 90% Humidity

't Haantje (the Little Rooster) is a small village in the northeastern Netherlands. It is situated northwest of Emmen and is part of the municipality of Coevorden. It lies along the Oranjekanaal, between Noord-Sleen and Klijndijk.

Map of ''t Haantje, Netherlands'

't Haantje was founded in the latter half of the 19th century, when peat labourers spontaneously settled there. On 1 December 1965, the village barely escaped a disaster. A French company working for the N.A.M. was drilling for gas, and started to lose control of the enormous gas pressure. During the afternoon, this resulted in a huge gas eruption. The ground around the hole caved in - swallowing all of the drilling equipment. The gas eruption was eventually stopped by a cement injection from a new drilling hole. A small lake lake surrounded by a forest forms a permanent reminder of this event.

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't Haantje, Drenthe Wikipedia


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