Tree growth rings - Batavialand - Lelystad - the Netherlands
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member eilers1
N 52° 31.353 E 005° 26.236
31U E 665351 N 5821952
Quick Description: Tree growth rings from an oak tree that was used to built the Batavia in 1627-1628.
Location: Flevoland, Netherlands
Date Posted: 11/2/2020 9:39:28 AM
Waymark Code: WM13BP9
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member dieSulzer
Views: 2

Long Description:
Batavialand museum is built around a shipyard where old ships are built. The showpiece of the collection is the Batavia, which is moored here at the quay. It is a replica of the Batavia that was built on the Peperwerf in Amsterdam in 1627-1628. These types of ships were built for trade from the Netherlands with the East Indies, then a colony of the Netherlands.
The disc of wood is in the museum and was cut from an oak tree used for building the ship. It contains indications of important events that can be found in the annual growth rings.
Location Name and/or Address:
Batavialand Bataviaplein 132 8242 PP Lelystad

Website: [Web Link]

Tree Species: Oak

Indoors/Outdoors: Indoors

Entry Fee or Requirements: Yes

Availablility: Has specific hours

Visit Instructions:
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