6 Sights in Gingelom, Belgium (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Gingelom, Belgium. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Gingelom, Belgium.List of cities in Belgium Sightseeing Tours in Gingelom
1. Drie Tommen
The Three Tommen are Gallo-Roman tumuli, tommen or burial mounds northeast of Kortijs and southeast of Montenaken, in the Belgian-Limburg municipality of Gingelom. The three burial mounds are part of a group of 6 tommen within a radius of 1.5 kilometers around Montenaken and date from the second half of the second century AD. They are located on the Drie Tombenstraat, where this road separates the northern two from the southern burial mound.
Among the Belgian-Limbaugh community gums, the gallo-romeinse tumulus in the southern Mona Islands is a giant tomenjois or cortis tomus tomenjois tomen tomus. tumulus is part of a group of six tombs, with a radius of 1.5 kilometers, dating back to the second century after christus. Tomb Hill is located on the gable, in a field north of the e40 highway between the gable and breadcrumbs.
3. Twee tommen
The two tums are Gallo-Roman tumuli, tums or burial mounds northeast of Kortijs and east of Montenaken, in the Belgian-Limburg municipality of Gingelom. The two burial mounds are part of a group of 6 Tommen within a radius of 1.5 kilometers around Montenaken and date from the second half of the second century AD. They are situated on the Twee-Tommenveld.
4. Parochiekerk Sint-Petrus
The Sint-Petruskerk is a church building in Borlo in the Belgian municipality of Gingelom in the province of Limburg. The church is located on a church hill on Thewitstraat (N755) and on Bergstraat and is surrounded by a cemetery and a high brick retaining wall. It is accessible via a monumental access staircase located on the northeast side.
5. Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Klein-Jeukkapel
The Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Klein-Jeukkapel is a chapel in Klein-Jeuk in the district of itching in the Belgian municipality of Gingelom in the province of Limburg. She is located on a small elevation on Rampariestraat, Klein-Jeukstraat and Albert Moyaertsstraat. The cemetery used to be around the chapel.
Wikipedia: Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Klein-Jeukkapel (NL), Heritage Website
The Sint-Joriskerk is a church building in Jeuk in the Belgian municipality of Gingelom in the province of Limburg. The church is located at the highest point of the village on the Houtstraat (N789) with the cemetery to the south and west of the building. Opposite the church is the Lindehoeve.
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