Here you can find interesting sights in Bemelen, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Bemelen, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Bemelen
1. Calvariegroep De Drie Beeldjes
De Drie Beeldjes is a sculpture group near Oud-Valkenburg in the Dutch South Limburg municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. It is a Calvary group that is located at a crossroads of (hiking) roads on the edge of the Schaelsbergerbos. The sculpture group is located on the walking path from Schin op Geul to Valkenburg along the river Geul, where there is a bridge over the stream to Oud-Valkenburg. Two forest paths also come together here, one of which leads to De Kluis, which is located behind the Three Figurines on top of the slope of the Schaelsberg.
2. Van Tienhovenmolen
The Van Tienhovenmolen in the hamlet of Wolfshuis in the Dutch-Limburg municipality of Eijsden-Margraten is a belt mill from 1855. It is the only mill in the Netherlands built entirely of marlstone, which is abundantly available in the area. The hood is covered with roofing felt. The mill was in use until 1938 and has been a national monument since 1967. In the mill there is a grinding torque with 16der, 140 cm diameter, artificial stones.
3. Johannes de Doperkerk
The Johannes de Doperkerk is a church building in Oud-Valkenburg in the Dutch South Limburg municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The building is one of the oldest churches in the region and has been a national monument since 1967. The Roman Catholic parish church is dedicated to John the Baptist. Since 1959, Saint Rita of Cascia, patroness of impossible and hopeless things, has also been venerated in this church.
St. John's Church is the ancient Falcon Church in the Dutch city of Falcon Fort in the Trench. The Field Chapel is located in the valley, near the canyon of Sint jansbosweg, connected to the Chapel Village Road in the southwest of the village. St. John's Forest Road leads to St. John's Forest Road southwest of the church on the northeast slope of Mag Plateau.
5. Kasteel Genhoes
Castle Genhouse is the castle of Holland-Limbaugh Castle in the town of Valkenburg in the trench. The medieval castle is located in the beautiful landscape of the valley north of Provincial Highway 595. The castle is a national monument and part of the old falcon protected by the state. It is also part of a very good channel and vulnerability.
The Sibberhuuske or Villartshof is a castle farm located on the edge of the village of Sibbe that is part of the Dutch Limburg municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The building has been a national monument since 1967.
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