Heemse (Dutch Low Saxon: Hiemse) is a village in the Dutch province of Overijssel. It is located in the municipality of Hardenberg.[1]

Heemse
Location of Heemse
Coordinates: 52°34′10″N 6°35′24″E / 52.56944°N 6.59000°E / 52.56944; 6.59000
CountryNetherlands
ProvinceOverijssel
MunicipalityHardenberg

Restaurant De Bokkenpruik (one Michelin star) is located in the village.[2]

Topografie Heemse 1914.jpg

In 1880, plans were being drafted for the building of tramlines from Zwolle to Coevorden and from Avereest to Gramsbergen. The mayor of Hardenberg, Willem van Ittersum, offered subsidies if that last line went to Hardenberg instead of Gramsbergen. In 1886, the first sod was turned by the Dedemsvaartsche Stoomtramweg-Maatschappij (a Dutch steam tramway company). For financial reasons (no bridge needed), the company decided to let the line end in Heemse.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ANWB Topografische Atlas Nederland, Topografische Dienst and ANWB, 2005.
  2. ^ De Bokkenpruik
  3. ^ (in Dutch) Pullen, A.C.A. and Wolbink, E., Monumenten in de Gemeente Hardenberg (2008), p. 290-23, ISBN 978-90-812930-1-3

Coordinates: 52°18′37.37″N 7°0′12.06″E / 52.3103806°N 7.0033500°E / 52.3103806; 7.0033500