6 Sights in Bocholtz, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Bocholtz, 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 Bocholtz, Netherlands.

List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Bocholtz

1. Jacobus de Meerderekerk

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Jacobus de Meerderekerk Original uploader was Aelske at li.wikipedia / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The James the Greater Church is a Roman Catholic church, located on the Pastoor Neujeanstraat 6 in Bocholtz, Netherlands. First mentioned in the 14th century, the current church was built in 1869 by Pierre Cuypers. It was extended by Harry Koene in 1953, creating a larger choir, and adding an apse and sacristy. The building has been in continues use as a parish church for the Bocholtz saint James the Greater parish since 1873. The church holds a relic of pope Cornelius, which was subject of a yearly pilgrimage during the early and mid 20th century, and was listed as a national monument in 1967.

Wikipedia: James the Greater Church (EN)

2. Landgraben

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Landgraben Autor/-in unbekanntUnknown author / Public domain

The Aachener Landgraben is the name for the fortification 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 continuously and on 11 April 1611 was contractually legitimized by Albrecht VII of Habsburg, the reigning ruler of the Spanish Netherlands in Brussels, with the aldermen and the city council in Aachen.

Wikipedia: Aachener Landgraben (DE)

3. Hoeve Overhuizen

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Hoeve Overhuizen or Oberhausen is a monumental farm complex in the village of Bocholtz in the south of the Dutch province of Limburg. This typical South Limburg square farm, built of limestone, is a former castle farm belonging to a fortified country house and fiefdom. In the courtyard is the chapel Overhuizen. The 18th-century complex is located on the eastern edge of the village, near the German border. The entire building is protected as a national monument.

Wikipedia: Hoeve Overhuizen (NL)

4. Onderste Molen

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The Onderste Molen or Commandeursmolen is a water mill that uses the water of the river Geul and is located in the hamlet of Overgeul near Mechelen. Upstream in the same place is another mill, which is logically referred to as the Upper Mill.

Wikipedia: Onderste Molen (Mechelen) (NL)

5. Sint-Jozefkapel

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St. Joseph's Church is a hilleshagen church in the Dutch city of Gurpen-Betham in the Dutch province of Limburg. The church is on the south side of Hilleshagerweg, on the west side of Hilleshagerweg, just before the entry from Mecchelen.

Wikipedia: Sint-Jozefkapel (Hilleshagen) (NL)

6. Sint-Johannes de Doperkerk

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Saints Church is a church building in South Limburg, the Netherlands, located in the south of the Netherlands. The churches and cemeteries are located on the church hills, surrounded by walls. On the west side, you will find the court.

Wikipedia: Sint-Jan de Doperkerk (Mechelen) (NL)

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