20 Sights in Maastricht, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Maastricht, 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 20 sights are available in Maastricht, Netherlands.

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1. Poort Waerachtig

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De Poort Waerig is a gate in Maastricht located in the Jekerkwartier district, between Begijnenstraat and Sint Pieterskade. The gate is located between the two late-medieval rounds of haet and nijt and the five heads. The neo-gothic gate was constructed in 1887-'88 as a breakthrough in the wall of the 'Nieuwstad', to gain access to the newly constructed Villapark. The gate is therefore not an original city gate in the wall of the city, as is often wrongly assumed. The designer is probably the Maastricht historian Jonkheer Victor de Stuers. The gate originally tilted, but they collapsed in 1936 and were never re -applied.

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2. Helpoort

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The Helpoort, formerly also called Jekerpoort, Hoogbruggepoort, Alde Poort op den Ancker, Kruittorenpoort or De Twee Torens, is a former city gate in the Dutch city of Maastricht. The gate is part of the first medieval city wall of Maastricht and is located in the Jekerkwartier at the south end of the Sint Bernardusstraat, opposite the Pesthuys. The gate dates from the second quarter of the 13th century and is therefore the oldest still existing city gate in the Netherlands.

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3. Sint-Petruskerk

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The church of Sint-Pieter Beneden, officially Sint-Petruskerk, is a church building from 1938-39 in the Dutch city of Maastricht, located on Sint Maternusstraat in the Villapark area. The building is used by the Roman Catholic parish Sint-Pieter, which still has another parish church: the higher church of Sint-Pieter above. The Mergelsteen church was designed by the well -known architect Frits Peutz as an early Christian Basilica and has been a national monument since 1993.

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4. Heilig Hart van Jezuskerk (Koepelkerk)

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Heilig Hart van Jezuskerk (Koepelkerk) Crapai op de Nederlandstalige Wikipedia
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The Koepelkerk, officially Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, is a monumental dome church in the Dutch city of Maastricht. The church building is a stone's throw from Maastricht station on the corner of the Scharnerweg and Heerderweg in Wyckerpoort in Maastricht-Oost. The church has been used from the start as a Roman Catholic parish church of the parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Since 2021, the building has also been housed an Eritrees-Orthodox religious community.

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5. Basiliek van het H. Sacrament

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The Basilica of the Holy Sacrament, Sint-Bartholomeus Basilica or Basilica van Meerssen is a Roman Catholic church building in Meerssen, Limburg. The parish church is dedicated to the Holy Sacrament and to the apostle Bartolomeus and was elevated to Basilica Minor by Pope Pius XI on 16 June 1938. The church is an example of ripe Maasgotics and is the highlight of this style in the Netherlands. The building has been a national monument since 1967.

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6. Villa Kruisdonk

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Villa Kruisdonk was an estate with a country house built in 1880 near Rothem, then in the municipality of Meerssen, now near Nazareth in the northeast of the municipality of Maastricht. The estate is bordered by the Maastricht - Aachen railway line, the A2 Rijksweg, the Oude Rijksweg and the Kruisdonk road. Villa Kruisdonk is a national monument. The complex is not accessible to the public. The villa is part of the Geul & Maas Outdoor.

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7. Kasteel Vaeshartelt

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Vaeshartelt Castle is originally a medieval castle and estate near Meerssenhoven in the northwest of the Dutch municipality of Maastricht. The Buitenplaats was in possession of the Royal Family of the Netherlands for a short time and has been used as a hotel and congress center since 1994. The partly 18th, partly 19th-century castle with accompanying park and farmlands is a national monument and part of the Geul & Maas Outdoor.

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8. Antonius van Paduakerk

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The opposite of Padua Church is the church building near the grid line of Dutch cities. The church is the parish church of the Roman Catholic diocese, located in the former village east of the stomach, and is the hadith of Padua. The 1938 Traditionalist Church is a municipal monument with many precious art treasures. Part of the stockpile has been protected by the National Monument since 1966.

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9. Sint-Theresiakerk

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The Sint-Theresiakerk is a church building in the Dutch city of Maastricht, located on Theresiaplein near Biesland in Maastricht-Zuidwest. The Roman Catholic parish church is named after the 19th-century holy Theresia of Lisieux. From 2022 the Philharmonie Zuidnederland will be moving there. The Kunrader Steen building from the early 1930s is a municipal monument.

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10. Nieuwenhofpoortje

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The new courthouse door, also known as the small entrance or small entrance, is a poterne, a secondary door on the grid wall of the Dutch city. The port, located at the 14th-century New Courthouse, is part of the second medieval city wall, between the south side of the street (jekerkwark) and the pedestrian bridge south of the city's park internet zone.

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11. Museumkelder Derlon

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Museum basement Deron is a small archaeological museum in the center of the Dutch urban grid area, where important excavations from Roman times can be seen. The excavations have been protected as national monuments since 2004. The museum basement is located in the basement of Derlon Hotel in our lovely Vrouwe Square and is free on request.

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12. Huis Eyll

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The Huis Eyll, also known as Croonenhof, is a castle -like country house in the Heer Maastricht district. The largely 18th-century building has been a national monument since 1966, as well as the corresponding farm De Croon. Special in the interior are the stucco work decorations of Petrus Nicolaas Gagini.

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13. IJzeren Molen

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The Iron Mill, also called a new mill or Rothemermolen, is a water mill on a branch of the Geul, the Kleine Geul or Geulke called, in Rothem, municipality of Meerssen. The IJzeren Molen is part of the Geul & Maas Outdoor, formerly called the Maastricht-Meerssen estate zone. The mill is a national monument.

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14. Kasteel Borgharen

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Castle Borghars is a medieval castle located on the mesh river of Borghars in the northern village of the commune. Castles, castles, rental hoofs and gardens, including various gates, fences, castles and bridges, constitute a series of national monuments. The castle is part of ancient roads and loopholes.

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15. Het Heilig Hart van Jezuskerk

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The Holy Heart of the Church of Jesus is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to the Holy Heart of the Sisters of Jesus in the village of rothem in Lake, the borough of South Limburg in the Netherlands. The 1929 building by architect Jos Welters has been a national monument since 1997.

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16. Regionaal Historisch Centrum Limburg

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The Regional Historical Centre (rhcL) in Limburg, the Netherlands collects, manages and displays the archives and collections of institutions and individuals (public) in Limburg, the Netherlands. It is one of the regional historical centers of the Netherlands.

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17. Don Boscokerk

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Don Boscokerk is a modern church building in the Mesh District of the Dutch city, located in the Cardinal Quarter of Rossumplein 97, near Heugemerveld. The former Roman Catholic parish church has been used as a Baptist church since 2017.

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18. Sint-Corneliuskerk

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St. Connes Church, originally St. Martin's Church, is the Roman Catholic church building on Church Street 10, in the church's grid. The church is a municipal monument. Some objects in the church have the status of national monuments.

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19. Charles Eyck Park

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Charles eyckpark is an urban park along the grid at the edge of the c é ramique district at the center of the grid line. This fairly new park is named after its small painter and sculptor, Charles Yck.

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20. Vredeskapel

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Peace Chapel is a chapel that replaces the lake in the South Limburg community in the Netherlands. The church is located in the market southwest of H Cathedral. Sacraments on the east side of the park.

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