March 30 I found out where baby Storks come from

Written by Jack van Ommen on April 1st, 2011

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Today I spent time in the archives in Utrecht and found another piece to the puzzle in gettig a better picture on some of the players in the book I am writing. From Utrecht I took the train to Culemborg to meet Karel van den Berg and his wife Ankie and Bert van den Berg. My great great grandparents are directly related to these v/d Bergs. My mother used to spend many hours with Karel father’s family in Amsterdam. Karel lives on an old farm, the house dates from 1877. While we walked up tot the Stork’s perch in the meadow on his property we just happened to see the below mating scene. The Utrecht pictures are of the Dom Church. The tallest church in the Netherlands. Construction commenced in 1254. Untill the 16th century reformation it was the main Roman Catholic Cathedral for the Netherlands and the diocese of Utrecht.

 

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