7 x toffe dronekiekjes van Hengelo

Door Majorie Nijbroek 15 mei 2019

We volgen op Instagram de pagina van Bart Slotman van Dronekiekjes. Hij maakt met zijn drone(s) gave foto’s. We hebben een lijstje samengesteld van toffe dronekiekjes die hij in Hengelo heeft gemaakt.

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Zouttoren

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Zouttoren Hengelo. #dronekiekjes In the Netherlands, salt has also been extracted in the past. In the places where salt is now in the ground, there was once a sea. This later became an isolated salt lake, which evaporated due to the heat of the sun. The salt remained on the ground. Over time, several layers of soil and sand came to lie on this layer of salt. In various parts of the Netherlands salt is in the soil; in the surroundings of Hengelo (Overijssel) and in the province of Groningen it is about extractable reserves. The presence of salt was discovered in 1886 in Delden, where people drilled for drinking water and accidentally pumped up salt water. Commercial extraction began in 1918, when the supply of salt from Germany stagnated due to the First World War. Akzo Nobel (the 'z' in the name goes back to the old salt mining company) still extracts salt here for industrial applications, but now with new techniques. The former salt towers can therefore be regarded as industrial monuments. #Hengelo #phantom #drone #djiphantom #photography #dronestagram #visitborne #dronephotography #dronefly #visittwente #droneoftheday #drones @hengelopromotie #aerialphotography #aerial #dronelife #djiglobal #dronegear #sunset #dronesdaily #dji #djiphantom #djiphoto #rtvoost #dronephoto #dronestagram #dronekiekjes.nl #dronephotography #amazon #dronefoto #rtvoost #tubantia #debornsecourant #borneboeit #hengelopromotie

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