Midwolda (Dutch pronunciation: [mɪtˈʋɔldaː]) is a village in the Dutch province of Groningen. It is located in the municipality of Oldambt, about 7 km northwest of Winschoten. Midwolda was a separate municipality until 1990, when it was merged with Scheemda. The village was first mentioned in 1282 as de Middewalda, and means middle woods. Midwolda is a road village which developed in the Middle Ages at the edge of the former peninsula of Winschoten. The All Saints' Flood of 1570 caused an extension of the Dollart, and the village moved to the south near the dike constructed in 1565. The old church remained behind, however the tower collapsed in 1667, and the church was demolished in 1738. More information...

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