8 Sights in Heerlen, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Heerlen, 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 8 sights are available in Heerlen, Netherlands.

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1. Joannes de Doper

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The small church is a church building in Eygelshoven in the municipality of Kerkrade in the Dutch province of Limburg. The church is surrounded by a wall on a Kerkberg and around the church are a few old stones against the church wall. It is located on Streen Kerkberg and Torenstraat and on the intersection of the Brunssum-Herzogenrath and Eygelshoven-Schaesberg-Heerlen roads.

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2. Oliemolen

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Oliemolen Maarten van Wesel (Mach10 at en.wikipedia) / CC BY 2.5

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.

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3. Sint-Annakerk

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Sint-Annakerk Beao (Transferred by Cloudbound) / Public domain

The parish church of St. Mother Anna is a Roman Catholic church in the Bekkerveld neighborhood in the Aarveld-Bekkerveld district on the street in Heerlen. She was built in 1953 to a design by Frits Peutz and Hendrik Teeken (1900-1950) and commissioned by then mayor Marcel van Grunsven.

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4. St. Joannes de Doper

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Johannes de doperkerk is a church building in the Church of Limburg in the Netherlands. The church is located at the T-split, where the doorman divides into St. Hubertus Street and St. John Street, about 225 meters east of the old John Church: Chapel.

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5. Thermenmuseum

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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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6. Sint-Theresiakerk

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The Sint-Theresiakerk is a church building in Ransdaal in the Dutch South Limburg municipality of Voerendaal. The church stands on the main road from Schin op Geul to Voerendaal. The parish church is dedicated to the Holy Theresia of Lisieux.

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7. Verschijning van de Onbevlekte Maagd

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The appearance of the Immaculate Virgin and Pius X church or Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Lourdeskerk is a parish church in the Heerlense Wijk Molenberg district, located on Gerard Bruningstraat 4. This church is also called Our Lady of Lourdeskerk.

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8. Sint-Michaëlkerk

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St. Michael's Church is a church building of the Land Commission of Limburg Province in the Netherlands. The church is located on a winding street. There is a cemetery on the north side of the church, and next to the church is the priest.

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