At this point was a safe haven from the late Middle Ages.
On the board stands, freely translated (excerpt):
"While walking through the Schinveldse forest, you suddenly find yourself facing a forest area with a surrounding channel, remnants of ski jumps, found in various locations in the Schinveldse forests, which are ancient fortifications raiding forces, or to defend strategically important points against enemies, were usually located in hard-to-reach places, a ditch was dug around a piece of land, and with the excavated earth, ramparts were erected, often planted with brushwood or piles and wickerwork A hill usually has four, five or six corners and sometimes there are watchtowers at the corners. "
April 21, 2019
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