Wehe-den Hoorn is a village in the municipality of De Marne in the north of the Dutch province of Groningen. The village has about 800 inhabitants and consists of two parts: Wehe (around the wierde) and Den Hoorn (by the canal the Hoornse Vaart). Due to this location, the European E9 hiking trail, on the spot, is also called the North Sea Trail or Wad and Wierden Road.
Just north of the village, Borgweer or Starkenborgh, the town of Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer, was once located. In the former Reformed Church of Wehe, there are memories, such as coats of arms and a graveyard. To a member of this family it is called Van Starkenborgh canal. The monumental farm Borgweer was built around 1900 at the start of the driveway.
The Reformed Church of Wehe dates back to the 13th century and the first catholic church (a barn church) was founded in 1733. In 1803, it was a surprise to replace the latter, a simple church in neoclassic style, and in 1926 the current Saint Bonifacius church fears. On the Cleveringa Street there is another kingdom case of Jehovah's witnesses.
In total, the site of Wehe-den Hoorn includes eleven registrations in the national register, including the Reformed Church and the Saint Bonifacius Church.