13 Sights in Valkenburg, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Valkenburg, 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 13 sights are available in Valkenburg, Netherlands.

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1. Sint-Gerlachuskerk

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The Sint-Gerlachuskerk is a church building in the South Limburg town of Houthem-Sint Gerlach in the Dutch municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The parish church dedicated to Saint Gerlachus van Houthem was originally the monastery church of a Norbertine monastery, a noble marker of which large parts have been preserved. The baroque church building with fresco paintings that are unique in the Netherlands is a national monument and belongs to the 'Top 100 of the Rijksdienst voor de Monumentenzorg' from 1990.

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2. Johannes de Doperkerk

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Johannes de doperkerk, also known as sint-jan Baptist Church, is a church building located in the grid direction area. The church and its predecessors have served as the parish church for the Roman Catholic diocese, the former village of St. John's in the Netherlands, in Limmel, northeast of the stomach. The 1864 Neo-Gothic Church, not a national monument, was added to the city monument in 2002. Baptism in the 11th century is the most important artistic historical object of the church.

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3. Bronsdaelgroeve

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Boursdaelgrove, or Bonsdalgrove, is a war memorial and a huge marl quarry in the gully region between lakes and gullies in the Dutch city of Valkenburg in the South Limburg Valley. The underground quarry is located in the northwest of the gully under the hillside forest of the gully road. The quarry is located on the northwest side of the marginal plateau, in the transition to the reticulated valley. In this area, the plateau moves steeply down several meters.

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4. Johannes de Doperkerk

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The Johannes de Doperkerk is a church building in Oud-Valkenburg in the Dutch South Limburg municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The building is one of the oldest churches in the region and has been a national monument since 1967. The Roman Catholic parish church is dedicated to Johannes the Baptist. Since 1959, the Holy Rita of Cascia, patroness of impossible and hopeless things, has also been honored in this church.

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5. Mariakapel

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The Mariakapel is a Niskapel on the west side of Sint Gerlach in the Kerkdorp Houthem in the Dutch South Limburg municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The chapel is on the Sint Gerlach street, pretty much in the front garden of number 34, with the castle domain of Château St. Gerlach on the other side of the street. The Gerlachusputje is about 200 meters to the southeast.

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6. La Petite Suisse

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Mariënwaard is the name of an estate, a street and a neighborhood in the Nazareth neighborhood of Maastricht. There are a few ordinary houses and two country estates in the hamlet of Mariënwaard, both of which belong to the Mariënwaard estate: La Grande Suisse and La Petite Suisse. In 2020, the estate as a whole is part of an estate zone, the outside of Geul & Maas.

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7. Sint-Jansboskapel

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St. John's Church is the ancient Falcon Church in the Dutch city of Falcon Fort in the Trench. The Field Chapel is located in the valley, near the canyon of Sint jansbosweg, connected to the Chapel Village Road in the southwest of the village. St. John's Forest Road leads to St. John's Forest Road southwest of the church on the northeast slope of Mag Plateau.

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8. Kasteel Genhoes

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Castle Genhouse is the castle of Holland-Limbaugh Castle in the town of Valkenburg in the trench. The medieval castle is located in the beautiful landscape of the valley north of Provincial Highway 595. The castle is a national monument and part of the old falcon protected by the state. It is also part of a very good channel and vulnerability.

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9. Sint-Mauritiuskerk

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St. Mautius Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Trench Square in the Dutch community of South Limburg in Trench. She is located on Chapel Hill, an important crossroads in the village. The church is surrounded by cemeteries, surrounded by marl retaining walls. Buildings and retaining walls are government monuments.

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10. Gerlachuskapel

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Sint-Gerlachuskapel, or gerlachuskapel for short, is a woody church in the valley of the town of South Limburg in the Netherlands. The church is located in the middle of the village, at the fork of the street and sint gerachstraat.

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11. Sibberhuuske

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The Sibberhuuske or Villartshof is a castle farm located on the edge of the village of Sibbe that is part of the Dutch Limburg municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The building has been a national monument since 1967.

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12. Calvariekapel

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The Calvariet Church of Timber or Forest Church is a dedicated church in the Timber Abbey Forest/Small Town in the Dutch city of South Limburg in the Trench. The church has been a national monument since 1967.

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13. Sint-Martinuskapel

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St. Martin's Church is a small church in Vroenhof in Falcon Fort, the Dutch town of South Limburg, on the trench. The church is located on the south side of the place between the trees in the pit road.

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