The little Dutch village Roswinkel, population just a few hundred, comes to life once a year.
It’s an unremarkable spot in the northern Netherlands province of Drenthe.
Roswinkel has no great museums, castles or stately homes. Yet it’s managed to hang around for over 750 years, making it about the same age as Amsterdam. And each year it stages an ‘Oogstdag’ harvest festival. Continue reading