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Mooi Wark bestaat uit: Bert Koops (leadzang en gitaar) William Bossong (basgitaar) Arnold Kuik (gitaar) John Roffel (drums) De in 1992 opgerichte Drentse rock & roll band Mooi Wark is al ruim 15 jaar een begrip in Drenthe en omstreken.Vele zalen en feesttenten zijn in deze jaren plat gespeeld.In fact, it was one of the most densely populated areas of the Netherlands until the Bronze Age.The most tangible evidence of this are the dolmens (hunebedden) built around 3500 BC.53 of the 54 dolmens in the Netherlands can be found in Drenthe, concentrated in the northeast of the province.In 2006, the archaeological reserve of Strubben-Kniphorstbos, located between Anloo and Schipborg, was created to preserve part of this heritage.Drenthe is no exception; the largest concurrent merger happened in 1998, when 32 municipalities were amalgamated into 10 larger municipalities.
Mooi Wark is inmiddels bij diverse TV- en radiostations geweest om hun muziek ten gehore te brengen.
During the Second World War, the German occupiers used the camp (which they named KZ Westerbork) as a Durchgangslager (transit camp).
Many Dutch Jews, Sinti, Roma, resistance combatants and political adversaries were imprisoned before being transferred to concentration and extermination camps in Germany and occupied Poland.
After long being subject to the Utrecht diocese, Bishop Henry of Wittelsbach in 1528 ceded Drenthe to Emperor Charles V of Habsburg, who incorporated it into the Habsburg Netherlands.
When the Republic of the Seven United Provinces was declared in 1581, Drenthe became part of it as the County of Drenthe, although it never gained full provincial status due to its poverty; the province was so poor it was exempt from paying federal taxes and as a consequence was denied representation in the States General.