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{{About|the Dutch province}}{{short description|Province of the Netherlands}}

| image_map = Drenthe in the Netherlands.svg| map_alt = | map_caption = Location of Drenthe in the Netherlands| pushpin_map = | pushpin_label_position = | pushpin_map_alt = | pushpin_map_caption = 52N35type:adm1st|display=inline,title}}| coor_pinpoint = | coordinates_footnotes = | subdivision_type = Country| subdivision_name = Netherlands| established_title = | established_date = | founder = | seat_type = Capital| seat = Assen| seat1_type = Largest cityEmmen, Netherlands>Emmen| government_footnotes = Labour Party (Netherlands)>PvdA| leader_title = King's Commissioner| leader_name = Jetta Klijnsma| leader_title1 = Council| leader_name1 = States of Drenthe| unit_pref = Metric| area_footnotes =  (2010){{nl icon}} Bodemgebruik; uitgebreide gebruiksvorm, per gemeente, Statistics Netherlands, 2013. Retrieved on 14 April 2014.Provinces of the Netherlands>7th nationally| area_total_km2 = 2683| area_land_km2 = 2639| area_water_km2 = 44| length_km = | width_km = | dimensions_footnotes = | elevation_footnotes = | elevation_m = | population_footnotes = {{nl icon}} Bevolkingsontwikkeling; regio per maand, Statistics Netherlands, 2017. Retrieved on 13 February 2017.| population_total = 491,867Provinces of the Netherlands>10th nationally| population_as_of = 1 January 2017| population_density_km2 = autoProvinces of the Netherlands>9th nationally| population_demonym = | population_note = Central European Time>CET| utc_offset1 = +1Central European Summer Time>CEST| utc_offset1_DST = +2| postal_code_type = | postal_code = | area_code_type = | area_code = NL-DR)Human Development Index>HDI (2017)WEBSITE=HDI.GLOBALDATALAB.ORGACCESS-DATE=2018-09-13, {{colorvery high}} ·}}| footnotes = }}Drenthe ({{IPAc-en|ˈ|d|r|É›|n|t|É™}} {{respell|DREN|tÉ™}}, {{IPA-nl|ˈdrÉ›ntÉ™|lang|026 Drenthe.ogg}}; ) is a province of the Netherlands located in the northeastern part of the country. It is bordered by Overijssel to the south, Friesland to the west, Groningen to the north, and Germany (districts of Emsland and Bentheim, Lower Saxony) to the east. In January 2017, it had a population of 491,867 and a total area of {{convert|2683|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}}.Drenthe has been populated for 150,000 years. The region has subsequently been part of the Episcopal principality of Utrecht, Habsburg Netherlands, Dutch Republic, Batavian Republic, Kingdom of Holland and Kingdom of the Netherlands. Drenthe has been an official province since 1796. The capital and seat of the provincial government is Assen. The King's Commissioner of Drenthe is Jetta Klijnsma. The Labour Party (PvdA) is the largest party in the States-Provincial, followed by the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA).Drenthe is a sparsely populated rural area, unlike many other parts of the Netherlands. Except for some industry in Assen and Emmen, the land in Drenthe is mainly used for agriculture.


File:D49 is gedeeltelijk overdekt door een dekheuvel.jpg|thumb|left|Papeloze Kerk, a dolmen (hunebed) near Schoonoord ]](File:Netherlands, Province of Drenthe, map of 1866.PNG|thumb|left|Map of Drenthe, 1866)The name Drenthe is said to stem from thrija-hantja meaning "three lands".Drenthe has been populated by people since prehistory. Artifacts from the Wolstonian Stage (150,000 years ago) are among the oldest found in the Netherlands. 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 was first mentioned in a document from 820, it was called Pago Treanth (Drenthe district). In archives from Het Utrechts Archief, from 1024 to 1025, the "county Drenthe" is mentioned, when Emperor Henry II gave it to Bishop Adalbold II of Utrecht.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{{citation needed|date=May 2013}}; the province was so poor it was exempt from paying federal taxes and as a consequence was denied representation in the States General. The successor Batavian Republic granted it provincial status on 1 January 1796.Shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War, the Dutch government built a camp near the town of Hooghalen to accommodate German (Jewish) refugees. 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. Anne Frank was deported on the last train leaving the Westerbork transit camp on 3 September 1944.In the 1970s, there were four hostage crises where South Moluccan terrorists demanded an independent Republic of South Maluku. They held hostages in hijacked trains in 1975{{nl icon}} Marianne van Exel, Molukse treinkaping bij Wijster {{Webarchive|url= |date=2013-12-23 }}, IS Geschiedenis, 2011. Retrieved on 8 April 2014. and 1977,{{nl icon}} Marnix Koolhaas, Herdenking Molukse treinkaping 1977, Geschiedenis 24, 2007. Retrieved on 8 April 2014. in a primary school in 1977, and in the province hall in 1978.{{nl icon}} Molukse gijzeling in Assen, Geschiedenis 24, 2000. Retrieved on 8 April 2014.


(File:Drenthe 6.58700E 52.89207N.jpg|thumb|left|Satellite image of Drenthe)(File:2013-R03-DR-b.jpg|thumb|Topography map of Drenthe, 2013)File:Dwingelerveld-2.jpg|thumb|Dwingelderveld National ParkDwingelderveld National ParkFile:20170601 Nationaal Park De Drentsche Aa Oudemolensche Diep2.jpg|thumb|Nationaal beek- en esdorpenlandschap Drentsche AaNationaal beek- en esdorpenlandschap Drentsche AaDrenthe is situated at {{Coord|52|55|N|6|35|E|display=inline}} in the northeast of the Netherlands; with to the north the province Groningen, to the west the province Friesland, to the south the province Overijssel, and to the east the German districts Emsland and Bentheim in the state Lower Saxony.Drenthe is the 9th largest province of the Netherlands. It has a total area of {{convert|2,683|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}}, with {{convert|2,639|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}} of land and {{convert|44|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}} of water. About 72% of the land or {{convert|1,898|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}} is used for agriculture.Drenthe has several heathlands and no significant rivers or lakes. The national parks Drents-Friese Wold and Dwingelderveld (IUCN category II) and the national landscape Drentsche Aa (IUCN category V) are all (partially) located in the province.The major urban centers of the province are the capital Assen in the north and Emmen, Meppel, Hoogeveen, and Coevorden in the south.


The province (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics or NUTS level 2) is divided into three COROP regions (NUTS level 3): North Drenthe, Southeast Drenthe, and Southwest Drenthe. The COROP regions are used for statistical purposes.{{nl icon}} Indeling van Nederland in 40 COROP-gebieden {{Webarchive|url= |date=2018-01-05 }}, Statistics Netherlands. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.The Netherlands has been subject to a large amount of municipal mergers during the last decades. Drenthe is no exception; the largest concurrent merger happened in 1998, when 32 municipalities were amalgamated into 10 larger municipalities.WEB,weblink Gemeentelijke indeling op 1 januari 1998, Municipal divisions on 1 January 1998, Dutch,, Statistics Netherlands, CBS, 2014-04-02, {{As of|2014}} Drenthe consists of 12 municipalities; Emmen is the largest municipality in terms of both population and area, Westerveld is the least populous and Meppel covers the smallest area.The municipalities Assen, Noordenveld, and Tynaarlo are part of the interprovincial Groningen-Assen RegionAbout us {{webarchive|url= |date=2014-03-25 }}, Groningen-Assen Region. Retrieved on 6 April 2014. and the municipalities Aa en Hunze, Assen, Borger-Odoorn, Coevorden, Emmen, Midden-Drenthe, Noordenveld, and Westerveld are part of the international Ems Dollart Region (EDR).{{de icon}} Die Mitglieder der EDR {{Webarchive|url= |date=2018-02-03 }}, Ems Dollart Region, 2014. Retrieved on 6 April 2014.{|class="wikitable plainrowheaders sortable" style="text-align: center;"! scope="col" |Municipality! scope="col" |PopulationWEB,weblink Bevolkingsontwikkeling; regio per maand, Population growth regions per month, Dutch, 10 March 2014, CBS Statline, Statistics Netherlands, CBS, 2014-04-02, ! scope="col" |Population density! scope="col" |Total areaWEB,weblink Kerncijfers wijken en buurten, Key figures for neighbourhoods, Dutch, 20 December 2012, CBS Statline, Statistics Netherlands, CBS, 2014-04-02, ! scope="col" |COROP group! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Aa en Hunze25333}}93}}93 /km2 (241 /sq mi)278.88}}278.88 km2 (107.68 sq mi)| North Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Assen67209}}820}}820 /km2 (2,124 /sq mi)83.45}}83.45 km2 (32.22 sq mi)| North Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Borger-Odoorn25633}}94}}94 /km2 (243 /sq mi)277.89}}277.89 km2 (107.29 sq mi)| South East Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Coevorden35771}}121}}121 /km2 (313 /sq mi)299.69}}299.69 km2 (115.71 sq mi)| South East Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Emmen108003}}324}}324 /km2 (839 /sq mi)346.25}}346.25 km2 (133.69 sq mi)| South East Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Hoogeveen54680}}430}}430 /km2 (1,114 /sq mi)129.25}}129.25 km2 (49.9 sq mi)| South West Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Meppel32875}}585}}585 /km2 (1,515 /sq mi)57.03}}57.03 km2 (22.02 sq mi)| South West Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Midden-Drenthe33368}}98}}98 /km2 (254 /sq mi)345.87}}345.87 km2 (133.54 sq mi)| North Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Noordenveld31110}}154}}154 /km2 (399 /sq mi)205.32}}205.32 km2 (79.27 sq mi)| North Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Tynaarlo32506}}225}}225 /km2 (583 /sq mi)147.7}}147.7 km2 (57.03 sq mi)| North Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|Westerveld18902}}69}}69 /km2 (179 /sq mi)282.74}}282.74 km2 (109.17 sq mi)| South West Drenthe! scope="row" style="background:none;"|23592}}106}}106 /km2 (275 /sq mi)226.35}}226.35 km2 (87.39 sq mi)| South West Drenthe


Drenthe has an oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification: Cfb).{{Weather box |metric first=yes|single line=yesGroningen Airport Eelde ({{coord>53N35display=inline}})|temperature colour= |Jan maximum humidex=|Feb maximum humidex=|Mar maximum humidex=|Apr maximum humidex=|May maximum humidex=|Jun maximum humidex=|Jul maximum humidex=|Aug maximum humidex=|Sep maximum humidex=|Oct maximum humidex=|Nov maximum humidex=|Dec maximum humidex=|year maximum humidex=|Jan record high C=14.5|Feb record high C=15.2|Mar record high C=22.7|Apr record high C=27.7|May record high C=31.5|Jun record high C=33.5|Jul record high C=33.1|Aug record high C=34.7|Sep record high C=30.5|Oct record high C=24.8|Nov record high C=17.4|Dec record high C=15.4|year record high C=34.7|Jan high C=4.7|Feb high C=5.4|Mar high C=9.0|Apr high C=13.4|May high C=17.4|Jun high C=19.9|Jul high C=22.2|Aug high C=22.1|Sep high C=18.6|Oct high C=13.9|Nov high C=8.7|Dec high C=5.2|year high C=13.4|Jan mean C=2.4|Feb mean C=2.4|Mar mean C=5.2|Apr mean C=8.4|May mean C=12.3|Jun mean C=14.9|Jul mean C=17.1|Aug mean C=16.9|Sep mean C=13.8|Oct mean C=10.0|Nov mean C=6.0|Dec mean C=2.9|year mean C=9.3|Jan low C=-0.4|Feb low C=-0.6|Mar low C=1.4|Apr low C=3.4|May low C=6.9|Jun low C=9.5|Jul low C=11.9|Aug low C=11.6|Sep low C=9.3|Oct low C=6.2|Nov low C=2.9|Dec low C=0.1|year low C=5.2|Jan record low C=-22.0|Feb record low C=-16.5|Mar record low C=-13.2|Apr record low C=-6.5|May record low C=-2.3|Jun record low C=0.1|Jul record low C=4.1|Aug record low C=3.2|Sep record low C=0.8|Oct record low C=-6.4|Nov record low C=-13.6|Dec record low C=-15.4|year record low C=-22.0|Jan chill=|Feb chill=|Mar chill=|Apr chill=|May chill=|Jun chill=|Jul chill=|Aug chill=|Sep chill=|Oct chill=|Nov chill=|Dec chill=|year chill=|Jan precipitation mm=74.2|Feb precipitation mm=51.4|Mar precipitation mm=64.3|Apr precipitation mm=42.1|May precipitation mm=58.0|Jun precipitation mm=71.2|Jul precipitation mm=79.4|Aug precipitation mm=70.9|Sep precipitation mm=78.3|Oct precipitation mm=74.0|Nov precipitation mm=75.0|Dec precipitation mm=73.4|year precipitation mm=812.1|rain colour= |Jan rain mm=|Feb rain mm=|Mar rain mm=|Apr rain mm=|May rain mm=|Jun rain mm=|Jul rain mm=|Aug rain mm=|Sep rain mm=|Oct rain mm=|Nov rain mm=|Dec rain mm=|year rain mm=|Jan rain cm= |Feb rain cm= |Mar rain cm= |Apr rain cm= |May rain cm= |Jun rain cm= |Jul rain cm= |Aug rain cm= |Sep rain cm= |Oct rain cm= |Nov rain cm= |Dec rain cm= |year rain cm=|snow colour=|Jan snow mm=|Feb snow mm=|Mar snow mm=|Apr snow mm=|May snow mm=|Jun snow mm=|Jul snow mm=|Aug snow mm=|Sep snow mm=|Oct snow mm=|Nov snow mm=|Dec snow mm=|year snow mm=|Jan snow cm= |Feb snow cm= |Mar snow cm= |Apr snow cm= |May snow cm= |Jun snow cm= |Jul snow cm= |Aug snow cm= |Sep snow cm= |Oct snow cm= |Nov snow cm= |Dec snow cm= |year snow cm=|humidity colour= |Jan humidity=90|Feb humidity=88|Mar humidity=85|Apr humidity=79|May humidity=79|Jun humidity=81|Jul humidity=82|Aug humidity=83|Sep humidity=86|Oct humidity=89|Nov humidity=91|Dec humidity=92|year humidity=86|unit precipitation days= |precip days colour= |Jan precipitation days=|Feb precipitation days=|Mar precipitation days=|Apr precipitation days=|May precipitation days=|Jun precipitation days=|Jul precipitation days=|Aug precipitation days=|Sep precipitation days=|Oct precipitation days=|Nov precipitation days=|Dec precipitation days=|year precipitation days=|unit rain days= |Jan rain days=20|Feb rain days=16|Mar rain days=20|Apr rain days=17|May rain days=18|Jun rain days=19|Jul rain days=20|Aug rain days=20|Sep rain days=19|Oct rain days=20|Nov rain days=22|Dec rain days=20|year rain days=230|unit snow days= |Jan snow days=8|Feb snow days=7|Mar snow days=5|Apr snow days=2|May snow days=0|Jun snow days=N/A|Jul snow days=N/A|Aug snow days=N/A|Sep snow days=N/A|Oct snow days=0|Nov snow days=3|Dec snow days=6|year snow days=33|Jan sun=54.2|Feb sun=78.7|Mar sun=117.2|Apr sun=171.6|May sun=210.0|Jun sun=187.0|Jul sun=199.1|Aug sun=183.9|Sep sun=137.0|Oct sun=107.2|Nov sun=56.5|Dec sun=47.5|year sun=1550.0|Jan percentsun=21|Feb percentsun=29|Mar percentsun=32|Apr percentsun=41|May percentsun=43|Jun percentsun=37|Jul percentsun=39|Aug percentsun=40|Sep percentsun=36|Oct percentsun=33|Nov percentsun=22|Dec percentsun=20|year percentsun=35Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute{{nl icon}} Stationslijst {{webarchive >url= Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Retrieved on 8 April 2014.{{nl icon}} Eelde, langjarige gemiddelden, tijdvak 1981–2010, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.{{nl icon}} Eelde extremen tijdvak 1971 t/m 2000{{dead link>date=December 2017 fix-attempted=yes }}, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Retrieved on 8 April 2014.}}


{{Historical populations|title = Historical population|type = none|align = rightStatistics Netherlands>CBS{{nl icon}} Volkstelling 1899; algemene uitkomsten per gemeente, Statistics Netherlands, 1999. Retrieved on 1 April 2014.{{nl icon}} Volkstelling 1930; bewoners naar geslacht en geboorteplaats, Statistics Netherlands, 2006. Retrieved on 1 April 2014.{{nl icon}} Bevolkingsontwikkeling; levendgeborenen, overledenen en migratie per regio, Statistics Netherlands, 2013. Retrieved on 1 April 2014.148,544222,432311,196366,590418,479441,028469,806490,981}}On 1 January 2014, Drenthe had a total population of 488,957 and a population density of {{convert|182.2|/km2|/sqmi|abbr=on}}. It is the 3rd least populous and least densely populated province of the Netherlands, with only Flevoland and Zeeland having fewer people. Emmen is the most populous municipality in the province.


{{unreferenced section|date=June 2015}}Agriculture is an important employer, although industrial areas are found near the cities. The quietness of the province is also attracting a growing number of tourists.Drenthe is known as the "Cycling Province" of the Netherlands and is an exceptional place for a cycling holiday, having hundreds of kilometres of cycle paths through forest, heath and along canals and many towns and villages offering refreshment along the way. Drenthe exports through the entire Netherlands and also receives supplies and goods from Germany, making it a good business district. Many Dutch and German multinational companies are settled in Drenthe.



Over half the population of Drenthe speaks the Drents dialect. Each town or village has its own version. All versions are part of the Low Saxon language group. Dutch Low Saxon has been officially recognised by the Dutch government as a regional language and is protected by the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.


FC Emmen is the only professional football club in Drenthe. It plays in the Eredivisie and its home stadium is JenS Vesting.The TT Circuit in Assen hosts a MotoGP race and the Dutch TT.


Drents Museum is an art and history museum in Assen. It had 227,000 visitors in 2013.{{nl icon}} "2013: Overzicht bezoekcijfers musea in Nederland {{webarchive|url= |date=2014-07-28 }}", Metro, 2013. Retrieved on 20 July 2014.


(File:Provinciehuis-Assen---provincie-Drenthe.jpg|thumb|Seat of the provincial government in Assen)The States of Drenthe have 41 seats, and is headed by the King's Commissioner, currently Jetta Klijnsma. While the provincial council is elected by the people of Drenthe, the Commissioner is appointed by the King and the cabinet of the Netherlands. With 12 seats, the social democratic PvdA is the largest party in the council. The daily affairs of the province are taken care of by the Gedeputeerde Staten, which are also headed by the Commissioner; its members (gedeputeerden) can be compared with ministers.{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="1" style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaa solid; text-align:right; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%; " |+ Provincial election results! style="background:#e9e9e9; text-align:center;" colspan="3"|! style="background:#e9e9e9; text-align:center;" colspan="3"|2015! style="background:#e9e9e9; text-align:center;" colspan="3"|Party! style="background:#e9e9e9; text-align:center;"|Votes! style="background:#e9e9e9; text-align:right;"|%! style="background:#e9e9e9;" align="right"|SeatsPeople's Party for Freedom and Democracy29,52715.227Labour Party (Netherlands)>|7Christian Democratic Appeal27,99714.436Socialist Party (Netherlands)>|5Party for Freedom21,10810.885Democrats 6619,1209.854ChristianUnion12,4726.433GreenLeft10,0375.172All other parties20,00810.322 style="background:#e9e9e9;"Total valid votes195,13310041 style="background:#e9e9e9;"Invalid/blank votes1,0510.25 style="background:#e9e9e9;"Total194,082 style="background:#e9e9e9;"Registered voters/turnout382,86550.97 Source: KiesraadHTTPS://WWW.VERKIEZINGSUITSLAGEN.NL/VERKIEZINGEN/DETAIL/PS20150318/663498 >TITLE=PROVINCIALE STATEN 18 MAART 2015 LANGUAGE=DUTCH, 2018-06-11,


File:Station Meppel.jpg|thumb|The Meppel railway station is a national heritage site{{nl icon}} Monumentnummer: 508721 - Station Meppel {{webarchive|url= |date=2014-04-07 }}, Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel ErfgoedRijksdienst voor het Cultureel ErfgoedThe motorways A28 (E232), A32, A37 (E233), and the other major roads N33, N34, and N48 are maintained by the state.{{nl icon}} Wegenoverzicht {{webarchive |url= |date=April 7, 2014 }}, Rijkswaterstaat. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.There are four railways partially in the province of Drenthe:{| class="wikitable" |! Trajectory !! Railway stations in DrentheArnhem–Leeuwarden railway>Arnhem–LeeuwardenOverijssel – Meppel railway station>Meppel – FrieslandGronau–Coevorden railway>Gronau–CoevordenGermany – Coevorden railway station>CoevordenMeppel–Groningen railway>Meppel–GroningenMeppel railway station>Meppel – Hoogeveen railway station – Beilen railway station>Beilen – Assen – GroningenZwolle–Emmen railway>Zwolle–EmmenOverijssel – Coevorden railway station>Coevorden – Dalen railway station – Nieuw Amsterdam railway station>Nieuw Amsterdam – Emmen Zuid railway station – Emmen railway station>EmmenGroningen Airport Eelde is a minor international airport located in Eelde in the province of Drenthe. Hoogeveen Airport is a general aviation airport located in Hoogeveen.

Science and education

File:Westerbork Synthese Radio Telescoop.JPG|thumb|Westerbork Synthesis Radio TelescopeWesterbork Synthesis Radio TelescopeASTRON, the Netherlands institute for radio astronomy, is located near Dwingeloo. Their single-dish radio telescope of the Dwingeloo Radio Observatory was completed in 1956 and is now a national heritage site (rijksmonument). Their Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope is an array of fourteen dishes near the village of Westerbork and construction was completed in 1970. Their international Low-Frequency Array with its core near Exloo was completed in 2012.In Assen, Emmen, and Meppel are universities of applied sciences (hogescholen). The Stenden University of Applied Sciences has locations in these three towns, which formed the Drenthe University of Applied Sciences before a merger in 2008. The Hanze Institute of Technology, part of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, is located in Assen. There are no research universities (universiteiten) in the province of Drenthe.


RTV Drenthe, the regional radio and television station, is based in Assen. The regional daily newspaper for the provinces of Drenthe and Groningen is Dagblad van het Noorden, which is based in the city of Groningen.



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