9 Sights in Raeren, Belgium (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Raeren, 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 9 sights are available in Raeren, Belgium.

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1. Vlattenhaus

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The Vlattenhaus, also known as Großes Haus and Schenkenhaus, is a moated castle in the district of Eynatten in the Belgian municipality of Raeren. It probably emerged from an estate of Eynatten Castle, which was expanded into a fortified residential tower in the 15th century and was a Limburg fief. From the von Eynatten family, the castle passed through the Thoreils in the second half of the 15th century to the von Vlatten family, who remained owners until the beginning of the 18th century. Subsequently, it belonged to the Hanotte family, who donated it to the Aachen Jesuit College in 1728. The Order had a new house built in 1761, the remains of which are still preserved today. After the dissolution of the Order in 1773, the Brabant domain administration sold the complex to a private individual. Heavily damaged by bombs during the Second World War, the house was a ruin for a long time before it was converted into a residential building in the 1990s. It is not open to the public.

Wikipedia: Vlattenhaus (DE)

2. Haus Amstenrath

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The Haus Amstenrath, also called Amstenrather Haus, Kleines Haus and Reuschenberger Haus or simply Herrenhaus, is a moated castle in Eynatten, a district of the municipality of Raeren in the German-speaking part of Belgium. Built by a member of the von Eynatten family, it passed through an heiress first to the von Reuschenberg family, then to the von Harff family, before the property passed to Arnold Huyn von Amstenrath in 1647. He had a new castle built, which changed hands again and again through other heiresses before the von Franssen zu Cortenbach family became the owner in 1817. Haus Amstenrath still belongs to their descendants today.

Wikipedia: Haus Amstenrath (DE)

3. Landgraben

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The Aachen Landgraben is the name given to the fortifications along the almost 70 km long border of the former Aachen Empire. Individual sections can already be documented for the 14th and 15th centuries, but it was not until the beginning of the 17th century that the construction of the Landwehr was completed and contractually legitimized on 11 April 1611 by Albrecht VII von Habsburg, the acting regent of the Spanish Netherlands in Brussels, with the aldermen and the city council in Aachen.

Wikipedia: Aachener Landgraben (DE)

4. Sankt Nikolaus-Pfarrkirche

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Sankt Nikolaus-Pfarrkirche

The parish church of St. Nikolaus in Raeren in the German-speaking community of East Belgium is a Roman Catholic church building. It was built between 1720 and 1723 according to plans by the Aachen city architect Laurenz Mefferdatis in the style of the Baroque and is under the patronal feast of St. Nicholas of Myra. The church belongs to the parish association Raeren - Eynatten - Hauset in Deanery 05 of the diocese of Liège and was listed in 1986.

Wikipedia: St. Nikolaus (Raeren) (DE)

5. Haus Trouet

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Haus Trouet

Haus Trouet, also known as Haus Smets and Haus Schmetz, is a manor house located at Eupener Straße 8 in the district of Eynatten in the Belgian municipality of Raeren. Large parts of the building, which dates from the second half of the 18th century, have been listed as historical monuments since 9 June 1995. The various names for the house go back to the first owner family Smets and the last owner, the Trouet family.

Wikipedia: Haus Trouet (DE), Website , Flickr

6. St. Rochuskapelle

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The Rochuskapelle in Hauset, a district of Raeren, East Belgium, is a chapel built at the beginning of the 18th century, which was dedicated to Saint Roch of Montpellier, the patron saint of plague sufferers. It has belonged to the parish since 1993 and has been a listed building ever since.

Wikipedia: Rochuskapelle (Hauset) (DE)

7. Raaf Turm

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Raaf Turm

Raaf Castle is the ruins of a residential tower in the Belgian district of Eynatten Berlotte. The castle was built at the end of the 14th century. It was built in the 19th century and is in poor condition. Since June 6, 1986, it has been listed as a historical site.

Wikipedia: Burg Raaf (DE)

8. Pfarrkirche St. Johannes der Täufer

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St. John the Baptist is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Eynatten district of Raeren in the German-speaking Community of Belgium. Since September 2004 it has belonged to the parish association Raeren – Eynatten – Hauset in the diocese of Liège.

Wikipedia: St. Johannes der Täufer (Eynatten) (DE)

9. Brigida Kapelle Berlotte

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The Roman Catholic Brigida Chapel in Eynatten-Berlotte in the German-speaking Community of East Belgium is dedicated to St. Brigida. The chapel community belongs to the parish of St. John the Baptist in Eynatten.

Wikipedia: Brigidakapelle (Eynatten) (DE)


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