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Here you can find interesting sights in Mechelen, 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 5 sights are available in Mechelen, Netherlands.Back to the list of cities in Netherlands
1. Jacobus de Meerderekerk
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.
2. Hoeve Overhuizen
In the village of Bocholtz in the southern province of Limburg, the Netherlands, there are huge buildings for farms. This typical South Limbaugh, made of limestone, Carr é hormen Farm is a former castle belonging to a fortified farmhouse and loan. In the courtyard is the transition of the church. The 18th-century complex is located on the eastern edge of the village, near the German border. The whole building is protected as a national monument.
4. Onderste Molen
The bottom mill or commander mill is a water mill that uses the water of the river Geul and is in the neighborhood of Overgeul near Mechelen. Upstream in the same place is another mill, which is logically indicated with the name Bovenste Molen.
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