Wehe-den Hoorn

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Wehe-Den Hoorn is a village in the Dutch province of Groningen. It is part of the municipality of Het Hogeland. It is a 1966 merger of the villages of Wehe and Den Hoorn.Wehe was a terp village on the road from Ulrum to Winsum. It was first mentioned in the 10th or 11th century as UUie and means temple . Den Hoorn was a nearby hamlet. A part of the population remained Roman Catholic. Each year, several processions start in Wehe-den Hoorn to the Sorrowful Mother of Warfhuizen. The Dutch Reformed Church dates from 1553. The Catholic Saint Boniface Church dates from 1927. It was designed by Joseph Cuypers and his son Pierre Cuypers, and has a Mary statue from the 16th century.


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