Cities of Holland: Maastricht
Maastricht, one of the most ancient cities of the country and the Administrative Center of the province of Limburg, lies in the south of the country, on the border with Belgium.
One of the main attractions of the city – the remains of the defensive line Wang du-Mulin (walls, bastions, underground mine galleries and t. D.), as well as a labyrinth of 20 thousand caves Sint-Petersburg, used as incaps and warehouses during numerous ocead of the city.
- View of Maastricht
- Cave Sint Peter
- Walls Wang-du Mulin
- Urban walls Maastricht
No less interesting guarding as architectural monuments Medieval burgher houses "Old Town", Narrow streets and bridges, the most ancient in the Netherlands City gate (1299 g.), Town Hall (XVII – XVIII centuries.), the symbol of the city – Sint Servas Cathedral (Sint Servaskerk, VI in.), as well as the most beautiful Romanesque Basilica of the Netherlands – Church of Onz Live Frauwe (or Onze Livev, XII in.) on the area of the same name.
- Town Hall, Maastricht
- Church of Onz Live Frauwe
- Sint Servas Cathedral
- Museum Bonnefanten
Among the most interesting museums of the city: Episcopal Museum, Museum of Art and Antiquities and Bonntenten Art Museum.
Reviews and studies of trips
Maastricht. Church of Dominicans or Temple of the Book
According to statistics, this bookstore regularly falls into the top 3 of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. And of course, became one of the most sights of Maastricht read more →
Platpaul | Spring 2015
Maastricht. Basilica Virgin Mary
Basiliek Van Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Tenhemelopneming. Openwork sign, papal coat of arms. There is almost a solid darkness, blue light, stained glass, organ. Read more →