Morra, a small village located in Friesland with a history that dates back to a time where the calculation of times was actually not established yet.
Back in the days, the land where the village is built upon today was swamp.
Nowadays, the charming town inhabits about 240 people who are mainly Frisians.
Impressive monumental farms and homesteads are embellishing the village in the north and the towns church, which has been established around the 13th century is glazing the centre of the village in its early gothic style and the world known Frisian abbey stones.
The inside of the building accommodates various coffins made out of marble from ancient times.
Next to that, it is surrounded by old Frisian houses and a street that imbeds the village which makes the town an attractive, peaceful place.
Besides, the sounds of the working craftsmen in their sheds and the smell of serenity is giving Morra this exceptional authentic character.
The village has neither shops nor any accommodating facilities for visitors but only due to that the town contains this extraordinary undisturbed atmosphere.
The only noise that reaches the visitor´s ear is of passing cars from afar. This noise however reflects the village´s well connected location.
If you seek for a peaceful and silent ambience on your journey through the Frisian wonderland, Morra should be on your list to see how villagers live their daily lives.
When you are in Friesland, don’t forget about little villages like Morra. Their touching atmosphere will touch you and even without many touristic attractions, it will be an unforgettable visit.
For more information please see www.frieslandwonderland.nl or directly go to Morra. It is worth it!