Hoogeloon is a village in the Dutch province North Brabant. You'll find it around twenty kilometers west of Eindhoven (see this post).
We were there for a visit to the burial mounds in the neighbourhood. Hoogeloon is more or less in the centre between all those burial mounds. And ... it is proud of that fact. So proud it decided that a burial mound that was no longer there should be reconstructed. That reconstructed burial mound is nowadays known as Kabouterheuvel ("Gnome Hill").
Why ? Because the gnome king Kyrië and his people lived in Hoogeloon, more specifically in that "hill". At least until the winter of 1951-1952 (or 1952-1953, some sources say). In that winter a hunter shot him down. The gnomes buried their king somewhere in Hoogeloon, but left the region soon after and never came back. Nowadays the only thing in Hoogeloon reminding of Kyrië is a statue and this reconstructed burial mound.