Explore interesting sights in Heerlen, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Heerlen, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Heerlen
1. Kasteel Passarts-Nieuwenhagen
Passarts-Nieuwenhagen Castle is located in the Heerlerheide district of Heerlen in Dutch Limburg. Due to the relative proximity of the well-known noble houses Kasteel Hoensbroek and Kasteel Amstenrade, the castle is relatively unknown outside its immediate vicinity. However, Passarts-Nieuwenhagen has a long history and in former times the house was one of the most important castles in the alderman's bank Heerlen. The castle owes its name to two families who lived in it in the course of its more than 700-year history, and not to the town of Nieuwenhagen.
2. Monument Tweede Wereldoorlog
The war memorial in Hoensbroek consists of a statue of a woman, with a little boy at her feet. The statue stands on a pedestal with a plaque. The monument was designed by Charles Vos in the early fifties and was unveiled on 3 May 1953 on the corner of Marktstraat and Hoofdstraat in the centre of the then independent municipality of Hoensbroek, nowadays the municipality of Heerlen. The monument stands next to the Kleine Sint-Janskerk.
3. Johannes Evangelistkerk
The johannes Evangelical Missionaries, or Large sint-jan, is a church in the Dutch province of Limburg, a church located in the municipality. The church building is located opposite the small sint-jan, opposite Juliana bernhardlan, in sint-jansstraat. Next to the church is the cemetery, and at its corner is the Calcite Church.
The Oliemolen is a 16th-century watermill located at the foot of a steep hill in the Aambos, Heerlen in the Netherlands. The name already tells us much about its function, extracting oil, but this was not always the case as it first functioned as a volmolen. The mill is fed by the Caumerbeek.
The Spa Museum is an ancient museum located in the center of the Dutch border city. The museum, which opened in 1977, is built around the excavation of the Roman bathroom, the oldest, largest and best preserved antique building in the Netherlands.
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