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Mettray - Bathmen

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Mettray - Bathmen by Jacobus Craandijk is a beautifully written travelogue that transports readers back in time to 19th century France and the Netherlands. Through engaging descriptions and vivid imagery, Craandijk takes readers on a journey through the charming villages and picturesque landscapes of both countries.

One of the highlights of the book is Craandijk's keen observations and attention to detail. He captures the essence of each place he visits, from the bustling streets of Bordeaux to the tranquil countryside of Bathmen. His writing is lyrical and poetic, painting a vivid picture of the people, architecture, and natural beauty that he encounters along the way.

In addition to his descriptive prowess, Craandijk also offers insightful commentary on the social and cultural landscapes of the places he visits. He provides valuable historical context and context for readers, shedding light on the customs, traditions, and everyday life of the people he meets.

Overall, Mettray - Bathmen is a delightful and enlightening read that will appeal to lovers of travel literature, history, and cultural studies. Craandijk's passion for exploration shines through in every page, making this book a must-read for anyone looking to embark on a literary journey through 19th century Europe.

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Wandeling van Zutphen via het Nederlandse Mettray (een jeugdinrichting die tegenwoordig Rentray heet) naar Joppe en huize Dorth. In Bathmen wordt de dorpskerk bezocht met haar muurschilderingen. (Samenvatting geschreven door Marcel Coenders)


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