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Limburg ([ˈlɪmbɵrx]; Dutch and Limburgish: (Nederlands-)Limburg; French: Limbourg) is the southernmost of the 12 provinces of the Netherlands. It is in the southeastern part of the country, stretched out from the north, where it touches the province of Gelderland, to the south, where it borders the Walloon province of Liège. Its long eastern boundary is the international border with the German state of Northrhine-Westphalia, while on the west the southern part borders the Flemish province of Limburg, with much this border running along the River Maas, and its northern part has North Brabant to its west. Limburg's major cities are the provincial capital Maastricht and Heerlen in the south, Roermond and Weert in the middle, and Venlo in the middle-north, all upon the Meuse river. In South Limburg, there are also urban agglomerations at Sittard-Geleen and Parkstad Limburg, which includes the city of Heerlen. Limburg has a highly distinctive character. The social and economic trends that affected the province in recent decades generated a process of change and renewal which has enabled Limburg to transform its peripheral location into a highly globalized regional nexus, linking the Netherlands to the Ruhr metro area and the southern part of the Benelux region. A less appreciated consequence of this international gateway location is rising international crime, often drug-related, especially in the southernmost part of the province.
Cities, towns & villages in Limburg
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TerhorstTerhorst (in Limburgs dialect: Terhoorsj) is a little hamlet of 33 houses and part of the village of Banholt (in Limburgs dialect: Tebannet), which is in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten in the province of Limburg. In the middle of the village, Terhorst has its own little chapel built in 1949 and every year in August there is the traditional annual Chapel party (kapelfeest). There are several old farmhouses originally built in the 18th century and is a popular area for walking. From Terhorst one can reach Banholt, Noorbeek, Mheer, Reijmerstok, Terlinden and Hoogcruts. Show Terhorston the map
YsselsteynYsselsteyn is a small village in the municipality of Venray in Limburg, Netherlands. It was established in 1921 and named after its designer, Hendrik Albert van IJsselsteyn, then Minister of Agriculture. Ysselsteyn's main object of interest is the Ysselsteyn German war cemetery at Timmermansweg 75, which covers about 28 hectares (69 acres) and contains the graves of 31,598 German war dead, most of whom who died in the Netherlands during World War II. Show Ysselsteynon the map
VijlenVijlen (Limburgish: Viele) is a village in the South-East part of the Dutch province of Limburg. The village is constituted of a number of hamlets, among which Mamelis, Camerig, Harles and Cottessen. Including these hamlets, Vijlen has around 1,500 inhabitants (in 2005) and is part of the municipality of Vaals. Located at 200 meters above Normaal Amsterdams Peil, on top of the Vijlenerberg (Vijlener hill), it is the highest situated town in the Netherlands. The neo-gothic and Catholic St. Martinus church, which is located in the center of the village, is known as the highest located church in the country. Show Vijlenon the map
MaastrichtMaastricht (Dutch: [maːˈstrɪxt] (13px listen); Limburgish (incl. Maastrichtian): Mestreech [məˈstʀeˑx]; French: Maestricht (archaic); Spanish: Mastrique (archaic)) is a town and a municipality in the southeast of the Netherlands. It is the capital city of the province of Limburg. Maastricht is located on both sides of the Meuse river (Dutch: Maas), at the point where the Jeker River (French: Geer) joins it. Show Maastrichton the map
ArcenArcen (Limburgish: Ârce) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. In 2010, it became part of the municipality of Venlo. Previously, it had been part of the municipality of Arcen en Velden and the seat of 'het gemeentehuis' (Town Hall). In 2001, Arcen had 1884 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.39 km2, and contained 747 residences. Near Arcen lies the only preserved fortress built to protect the Fossa Eugeniana, a canal built between 1625 and 1629 to connect the rivers Rhine and Maas. Arcen has a thermal bath and various holiday parks. Show Arcenon the map
GulpenGulpen is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is approximately midway between the Dutch city of Maastricht and the German city of Aachen. Gulpen was a separate municipality until 1999, when it merged with Wittem. The newly formed municipality is called Gulpen-Wittem. The town itself derives its name from the river Gulp, which runs straight through the centre of the village and characterises the townscape. The current Neo-Romanesque St.Petrus church dates from 1924 and was designed by Casper Franssen. The village is home to the Gulpener Brewery. Show Gulpenon the map
EijsdenEijsden should not be confused with the village of Eisden in the Belgian province of Limburg. Eijsden () (Limburgish: Èèsjde) is a place situated in the very south of the European country The Netherlands.There it is located in the southeastern part of the province of Limburg. Until January 1, 2011 Eijsden was the main village in a municipality with the same name. On that date this municipality merged with the neighbouring one of Margraten, resulting in nowadays Eijsden-Margraten municipality, in which Eijsden (with about 7.000 inhabitants) again is the biggest place. Show Eijsdenon the map
Oost-MaarlandOost-Maarland is a place in the south east of the European country The Netherlands. There it is an administrative population centre in the Eijsden-Margraten municipality, which forms part of the Province of Limburg. In fact Oost-Maarland consists of two separate places with a different history. One is the village and former municipality of Oost, whereas the other is an in a distance of a few hundred metres separately to the southeast situated township called Maarland. Of the total number of about 960 inhabitants Oost has some more than 600 and Maarland some more than 300. Show Oost-Maarlandon the map
SteinStein () is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 25,224 in 2014 and covers an area of 22.62 km2 (8.73 sq mi) of which 1.47 km2 (0.57 sq mi) is water. On 29 October 2009, the shopping mall of Stein suffered a severe fire. As a result of the calamity, the town subsequently lost 40 shops, 2 banks, 1 restaurant and 6 houses. The adjacent, iconic, 11-story apartment building 'De Stevel', remained intact. Show Steinon the map
EysEys (Limburgish: Ees) is a village in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, Limburg, the Netherlands. The town is located 3 km. from Gulpen and 17 km. from provincial capital Maastricht. Furthermore, it is characterised by its location in the hilly landscape of South Limburg. The village was first mentioned in 1193 in a document of the Sint-Pauluskapittel of Liège, Belgium, and was named after the river Eyserbeek. Show Eyson the map
Ohé en LaakOhé en Laak is a small village in the province of Limburg, Netherlands, which has been subsumed into the municipality of Maasgouw. The village used to be home to several castles, one of which is Hasseltholt which is popularly called \"Het Geudje\". The other was the castle of Walburg. This castle was ruined and is fully removed now. The soccer team is called there is a renovated windmill called \"De Hompesche molen\". In the past this windmill was used for milling wheat and corn flower.The village of Ohé en Laak has got a nice yacht harbour at the river Maas and currently there are three campsites.The majority of the inhabitants are Roman Catholics, there is a church called \"Onze Lieve Vrouw Geboorte\" and a chapel called \"Sint Anna-kapel\". Show Ohé en Laakon the map
MolenbergMolenberg (literally Millhill) is a former mining colony in the south-western part of Heerlen, southeastern Netherlands. When work started in 1913 it was called Molenbergpark (Millhillpark). The mining colony was created to house mining executives (alongside the slope of the hill, towards the centre of Heerlen), engineers (alongside the mean road), and miners. The first house were completed in 1916, in 1918 a second project was started, and between 1928-1938 the centre of Molenberg was filled. In 1951 the construction of another part was started, called the \"Witte Wijk\", designed by Jos Klijnen. Show Molenbergon the map
HulsbergHulsberg (50°53′N 5°51′E / 50.883°N 5.850°E) (Limburgish: Hölsberg) is a village in the southeastern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Nuth, Limburg, about 15 km eastf Maastricht. In 2001, Hulsberg had 3,337 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.7 km², and contained 1,295 residences. The district of Hulsberg, which includes some of the surrounding countryside, has around 4,300 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2005). Hulsberg is the namesake of a radio mast, Zendmast Hulsberg, which is located in the territory of Valkenburg aan de Geul. Show Hulsbergon the map
OirsbeekOirsbeek is a village in the southeast of the Netherlands, part of the municipality of Schinnen.Between 1839 and 1982, Oirsbeek was a separate municipality. Oirsbeek has about 4000 inhabitants. The Sint Lambertuskerk, a Roman Catholic Church, was built in 1951 by Frits Peutz on the remains of two older churches: the original church built in 1514 and a second church built in 1830. Oirsbeek used to be one of 4 suburbs, \"Gracht\", \"Klein-Doenrade\", \"Oirsbeek\" and \"Oppeven\". Show Oirsbeekon the map
HoensbroekHoensbroek is a Dutch town in the municipality of Heerlen. It is situated in the southeast of Limburg, a province in the southeast of the Netherlands. Until 1982, Hoensbroek was a separate municipality. Hoensbroek is known for its medieval castle, Kasteel Hoensbroek, named after Knight Hoen, a member of the Hoen Family. It dates from around 1250. Hoensbroek is also known for the fair on Ascension Day (Hemelvaartsdag). The fair brings as many as 100,000 people every year to the town. The population of Hoensbroek is estimated to be around 25,000. Show Hoensbroekon the map
EygelshovenEygelshoven is a small village near the town of Kerkrade in the southeast of the Netherlands, close to the German and Belgian borders. It has two former coal mines, Laura and Julia, which were named after the wives of the two owners. Both pits closed in 1974.The local soccer club is also named after the former coal mines. A third Roman Catholic church was built in 1957, the Pastoor van Arskerk, which was torn down in 1994 when it became redundant. The old mining village of Eygelshoven was a separate municipality until 1982, when after more than eight centuries it was merged with Kerkrade. \n* \n* Show Eygelshovenon the map
DoenradeDoenrade (50°58′N 5°54′E / 50.967°N 5.900°E) is a town in the southern Dutch province of Limburg. Historically its name has also been spelled Dudenrode and Doenradt and was along a main trade route between Germany and southern Limburg. Until 1982 it was a part of the municipality of Oirsbeek but was transferred to the municipality of Schinnen. It lies about 4 km southeast of Sittard and borders the town of Hillensberg to the north. In 2010, Doenrade had 1,135 inhabitants. The area of the town is 4.6 km², and contained 460 households. Show Doenradeon the map
GrijzegrubbenGrijzegrubben, known as Griëzegröbbe in Limburgish, is a hamlet in the municipality of Nuth in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. The name Grijzegrubben contains the toponym Grubbe, which in Limburg often refers to a hollow way.The name was already in use in the year 1637, when Aleidis of Grijzegrubben leased some land to the nobleman Bartholomeus van found in Grijzegrubben in August 2002 the remains of a Roman farm or storehouse, originating from approximately the 2nd century. The Southern Limburg horse market is held each year in Grijzegrubben since 2005. Show Grijzegrubbenon the map
BeegdenBeegden (Limburgish: Bieëgdje) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Maasgouw, and is located about 6 km west of Roermond.In 2001, Beegden had 1703 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.48 km², and contained 667 residences. Show Beegdenon the map
Ubach over WormsUbach over Worms is a former municipality located in the southeast of the Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. In 1982 it was incorporated into the new municipality of Landgraaf along with Schaesberg and Nieuwenhagen. The German name for this part of Landgraaf is \"Waubach\". It is believed that the latter name derives from Waldbach, which is German for \"woodland creek\", referring to the local Worm stream. This name is said to have later corrupted into Waubach. Show Ubach over Wormson the map
LemiersLemiers is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It lies directly north-west of Vaals. The village sits on the Dutch-German border and part of the settlement is on German territory. The largest, Dutch part belongs to the municipality of Vaals. The smaller German part of town, separated by a small stream, is part of the adjoining German city of Aachen. The village of Lemiers has some 1200 inhabitants in total. Notable monuments include the 12th century Sint-Catharina chapel and the 15th century Lemiers castle. Show Lemierson the map
GronsveldGronsveld (Limburgish: Groêselt or Groéselt) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is part of the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten and situated southeast of the municipality of Maastricht, to which it is bordering. Gronsveld was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Eijsden.The municipality also included Rijckholt, Eckelrade, Heugem (now part of Maastricht) and Honthem. Show Gronsveldon the map
OostOost is a village (and a former municipality) in the south of the Netherlands. There it is situated close to the Maas or Meuse river in the southwestern part of the province of Limburg. Oost is the larger part of the merged administrative population centre of Oost-Maarland, which is part of the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten. This municipality borders with Belgium to the south and to the west. To the west that border mostly corresponds with the Meuse river. As Oost is situated in the westernmost part of this municipality, to the west its outlying area borders the Maas or Meuse river and Belgium. Show Ooston the map
BroeksittardBroeksittard is a former village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is now a neighbourhood of the town Sittard, and part of the municipality of Sittard-Geleen. It has partly kept its village character. Broeksittard was a separate municipality between 1817 and 1942, when it was merged with Sittard by the German occupier. Show Broeksittardon the map
BeekBeek () (Limburgish: Baek) is a town and municipality in the southeastern Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. As of 2012, Beek has a population of about 16,400, of which about 8,800 live in the town of Beek. Show Beekon the map
MeschMesch (Limburgish: Misj) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten, quite near to the southerly border with Belgium, on the other side of which the neighbouring village of Moelingen is situated. In its northwest Mesch borders to Eijsden, whereas the town of Maastricht lies about 10 km more northerly. Mesch was a separate municipality until 1943, when it was merged with Eijsden. On September 12, 1944 it was the first village in The Netherlands that was liberated from German occupation in the second world war. Show Meschon the map
RoermondRoermond (Dutch pronunciation: [ruːrˈmɔnt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Remunj) is a city, a municipality, and a diocese in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. The city of Roermond is a historically important town, on the lower Roer at the east bank of the Meuse river. It received city rights in 1231. Roermond town centre has been designated as a conservation area. Show Roermondon the map
PlasmolenPlasmolen is a village in the municipality of Mook en Middelaar, in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. It is situated between the Meuse (river) and the Municipality Groesbeek. The town is situated in a moraine landscape, the St. Jansberg is an example of this. On January 1, 2008 the village had 330 inhabitants andcovers an area of 4.04 km² The \"St. Jansberg\" is a unique hiking area, located on the moraine. The area covers approximately 250 hectares and is owned by Natuurmonumenten. The Pieterpad runs through this area. Show Plasmolenon the map
VlodropVlodrop (Limburgish and town dialect: Vlórp) is a town in the south-eastern part of The Netherlands in the municipality of Roerdalen. The town is situated near the German border, about 8 km southeast of Roermond. Vlodrop was a separate municipality until 1991, when it was merged with Melick en Herkenbosch. In 2001, Vlodrop had 1995 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.51 km², and contained 850 residences. The world-famous roller coaster manufacturer Vekoma is based in Vlodrop. Show Vlodropon the map
BleijenbeekBleijenbeek is a small hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Bergen, about 2 km east of Afferden. The main building in the hamlet is the ruin of Castle Bleijenbeek. According to the 19th-century historian A.J. van der Aa, the castle is known for the numerous sieges by the armies of Guelders and Spain. In 1580, the castle was besieged by the forces of Guelders, but it was defended bravely by the lord of the castle, Marten Schenk, when the Duke of Parma sent cavalry, the sieging army had to retreat. In 1589, Schenk had changed sides, and the castle was besieged by Marcus van Rije, the stadtholder of Guelders appointed by the Spanish king; this time, the castle was conquered. Show Bleijenbeekon the map
SimpelveldSimpelveld (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsɪmpəlˌvɛlt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Zumpelveld) is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands. It is part of the municipal cooperative unit Parkstad Limburg. Simpelveld is part of the Mergelland, named after the presence of chalk (mergel), hill country popular with tourists. The Mergellandroute passes through the town. Show Simpelveldon the map
SwalmenSwalmen (, Limburgish and town dialect: Zjwame) is a town in the south-eastern Netherlands. The town is situated between the German border and the Meuse river (Maas in Dutch). Until 1 January 2007, Swalmen was a separate municipality, covering the villages Swalmen, Asselt and Boukoul. These are now part of the municipality of Roermond. Show Swalmenon the map
SusterenSusteren (Limburgish: Zöstere) is a city in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Echt-Susteren, about 7 km northwest of Sittard. It was a separate municipality until 2003, when it was merged with Echt. Susteren received town privileges in 1276. Show Susterenon the map
TerstratenTerstraten, known as Tersjtraote in Limburgish, is a hamlet in the municipality of Nuth in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands.It is one of the so-called Bovengehuchten, or Upper Hamlets, of Nuth.All the houses are situated along the street Terstraten, which runs from the neighboring hamlet Brand via a hollow way towards the Maastrichterweg.In between the houses is a little square with a Christian cross underneath a tree.The houses in Terstraten are officially preserved heritage.The hamlet is known as a painters' paradise, due to the many 18th-century farmhouses with timber framing.Between Terstraten and the hamlet Brand runs the stream Platsbeek. Show Terstratenon the map
BlerickBlerick (Limburgish: Bliërik) (51°22′N 6°9′E / 51.367°N 6.150°E) is a city district of the Dutch municipality of Venlo. It lies on the west bank of the Meuse and its origin goes back to the Roman era as a military stronghold and settlement en route from Mosa Trajectum (Maastricht) to Novia Magnus (Nijmegen). Blerick can be found on the Peutinger Table as Blariacum. Up to the second world war Blerick formed together with Baarlo and Maasbree one municipality. Under German rule Blerick became part of the municipality of Venlo. Show Blerickon the map
RimburgRimburg is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Landgraaf, on the German border. Rimburg was a separate municipality until 1887, when it was merged with Ubach over Worms. Show Rimburgon the map
VaalsVaals () is a town in the extreme southeastern part of the Dutch province of Limburg, which in its turn finds itself in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. The municipality covers an area of 23.87 km2 (9.22 sq mi) in the foothills of the and is located about 23 km (14 mi) east of Maastricht and 5 km (3.1 mi) west of the city centre of Aachen. It borders on both Belgium and Germany. The three borders meet on the Drielandenpunt, a few meters from the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg used to be called \"Hubertusberg\". Show Vaalson the map
Sint GeertruidSint Geertruid (Limburgish: Se-Gietere) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten. Sint Geertruid was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Margraten. The municipality was formed in 1828 from parts of the municipalities of Breust and Eijsden. Part of the Sint Geertruid population centre in the Eijsden-Margraten municipality are also the separately situated townships of: Bruisterbosch (80 inhabitants), Herkenrade (180), Libeek (65) and Moerslag (55). Show Sint Geertruidon the map
MolenhoekMolenhoek is a village with a population of 3,600 located in south-eastern Netherlands partially in the municipality of Mook en Middelaar in the province of Limburg and partially in the municipality of Heumen in the province of Gelderland. It is also the northern-most town of Limburg and thus its nickname is \"De Poort van Limburg\" (The Gate of Limburg). Molenhoek lies on the Maas river (which originates in France as the Meuse (river); the Maas-Waal Canal connects the Maas at Molenhoek to the Waal near Nijmegen. Show Molenhoekon the map
Oud-ValkenburgOud-Valkenburg (English: Old-Falkenburg) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul, and has about 130 inhabitants. Oud-Valkenburg was a separate municipality until 1940, when it was merged with Valkenburg. The municipality included the villages Sibbe and IJzeren. Although small, Oud-Valkenburg counts several monuments, among which are two medieval castles: Genhoes and Schaloen. Noteworthy is also the Roman Catholic church of Saint John the Baptist (medieval nave; choir and baroque altar inside by Johann Joseph Couven). Show Oud-Valkenburgon the map
Vlodrop-StationVlodrop-station (Limburgish and town dialect: Vlórp-Statie) is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located on the German border, about 5 km east of the village Vlodrop, in the municipality of Roerdalen. The hamlet is named after the railway station of Vlodrop, which was located on the Iron Rhine connection between Antwerp and Germany. The location was chosen because the Belgian owners of the railway line could get free land there, and because of the proximity to the border meant that customs officers had extra powers. The station was bombed in 1944, and never rebuilt. Show Vlodrop-Stationon the map
Sint OdiliënbergSint Odiliënberg is a small village in central Limburg, in the Netherlands, east of the river Maas in the Roer valley. It is one of the six villages in the municipality of Roerdalen. Standing on a hill is a Romanesque basilica with two towers dating from the eleventh century. Next to the basilica is a 10th-century chapel, originally the parish church. Until 1991, Sint Odiliënberg was a separate municipality. Since then it has been part of Ambt Montfort which in January 2007 formed a new municipality together with Roerdalen under the name of Roerdalen. Show Sint Odiliënbergon the map
BergBerg is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul, and lies about 7 km east of Maastricht. In 2001, Berg had 3242 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.67 km², and contained 1201 residences. The larger statistical area \"Berg\", which includes the hamlet Geulhem and the surrounding countryside, has a population of 3470. Until 1982, Berg and the neighbouring hamlet of Terblijt constituted the municipality of Berg en Terblijt, which also covered the small hamlets of Geulhem and Vilt. Show Bergon the map
NuthNuth (Dutch pronunciation: [nɵt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Nut) is a municipality and a village in the province of Limburg, situated in the southern Netherlands. The village of Nuth has 5,548 inhabitants, and is with that the largest village of the municipality. The town hall of the municipality Nuth is also situated in the village Nuth. The other villages in the municipality are Hulsberg with 4,300 inhabitants, Schimmert with 3,339, Wijnandsrade with 1,812 and Vaesrade with 1,027 inhabitants (data: 1-1-2005). The other population centres belong to one of the following villages. Show Nuthon the map
KoningsboschKoningsbosch (Limburgish: De Boesj) is a village within the municipality of Echt-Susteren, in the Dutch province of Limburg. Koningsbosch is located next to the German border, approximately 10 kilometres east of the town of Echt. The neighbourhood of Koningsbosch, which also includes the hamlets Echterbosch, Spaanshuisken, Aan Reijans and the surrounding countryside, covers an area of 0.27 km², has 1.711 inhabitants (as of 1 May 2005) and consists of some 700 houses. The main roads within the village are the Prinsenbaan and the Kerkstraat. Show Koningsboschon the map
NederweertNederweert () (Limburgish: Ni-jwieërt) is a municipality and a town in southeastern Netherlands with 16,747 as of 2014 and has an area of 101.78 km2 (39.30 sq mi) of which 1.55 km2 (0.60 sq mi) is water. Nederweert lies at the intersection of three channels: the Zuid-Willemsvaart, the Noordervaart and the channel Wessem-Nederweert. In the 19th century these channels provided transport routes to export peat that was harvested from the Peel. These channels connect Nederweert to Maastricht and 's-Hertogenbosch. Show Nederweerton the map
WellWell is a small town of about 2500 residents in the municipality of Bergen in the province of Limburg in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. The town is located between Nijmegen and Venlo. The city of Well can be reached via public transport by using bus line 83 or 60. Nearby attractions include Thermaalbad Arcen, several pancake houses, and a medieval castle in Well itself. Kasteel Well is where Emerson College's European Center is located, which attracts approximately eighty-five (predominantly American) students twice a year.The castle is closed to the public. Show Wellon the map
AmbyA former village, Amby is now a neighborhood (part 25) of Maastricht, in the Netherlands, located about 4 km northeast of the center of the city. From January 2, 1839 to July 1, 1970, Amby existed as a separate municipality. In November 2008, an amateur archaeologist discovered in a field 2 meters out of Amby the largest ever found Celtic gold and silver treasure in the Netherlands. Archaeologists from Maastricht and the VU University Amsterdam recovered 70 silver and 39 golden coins which dates back to the 1st century before Christ. Show Ambyon the map
OspelOspel is a village in the Netherlands. It is located in Limburg near Weert, lying between Nederweert and Meijel, close to National Park De Groote Peel. Ospel's population on 1 January 2006 was 4,054. Ospel has been settled since 1864 as a centre for bog harvesting. Once a year in the first weekend of May it is the centre for blues fans; the Moulin Blues Festival attracts thousands of blues fans from all over Europe. At the end of June is Ospel's kermis - a great time to visit with a lot of live music and a great atmosphere. Show Ospelon the map
BroekhuizenBroekhuizen (51°29′N 6°10′E / 51.483°N 6.167°E) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, and lies about 14 km north of Venlo. Broekhuizen was a separate municipality until 2001, when it was merged with Horst aan de Maas. The village exists at least since 1461. The castle of Broekhuizen was destroyed at the Battle of Broekhuizen in 1944. In 2001, Broekhuizen had 601 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.15 km², and contained 236 residences. Show Broekhuizenon the map
Ven-ZelderheideVen-Zelderheide is a town in the southeast Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Gennep, Limburg. In 2011 the population reached just over 800. The town has a typical linear geography with most of its residences situated along its two main roads; the Kleefseweg and the Vensestraat. In the southwest, Ven-Zelderheide is bordered by the town Ottersum, and in northeast it is bordered by Germany. A windmill (Gristmill) called; Rest after Labor (Dutch: Rust na Arbeid) is situated at the Kleefseweg. Show Ven-Zelderheideon the map
Cadier en KeerCadier en Keer (Limburgish: Keer) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten, and lies about 5 km east of Maastricht. Cadier was a separate municipality until 1828. Cadier en Keer was a separate municipality between 1828 and 1982, when it was merged with Margraten. In 2010, Cadier en Keer had 3.633 inhabitants. Cadier en Keer used to be two separate villages, Cadier and Keer. The built-up area of the town was 0.76 km², and contained 1332 residences. Show Cadier en Keeron the map
VenrayVenray (old Dutch spelling: Venraij) () (Limburgish: Venroj) is a municipality and a city in Limburg, the Netherlands. The municipality of Venray consists of 14 towns over an area of 146 km², with 43,494 inhabitants as of July 2016. About 30,000 of those inhabitants live in the city of Venray; the other 13,000 live in one of the 13 surrounding towns. After Venlo, Venray is the second biggest city in northern Limburg. Show Venrayon the map
HelleHelle, known as G'n Hèl in Limburgish, is a hamlet in the municipality of Nuth in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands.It is one of the so-called Bovengehuchten, or Upper Hamlets, of Nuth. It is located between the village of Schimmert and the hamlet Terstraten. The name Helle probably originates from helde, or hill. This could be a reference to the many hills and hollow ways near the hamlet. South of Helle flows the stream Platsbeek through a varied landscape of forest, grassland and puddles. Show Helleon the map
WahlwillerWahlwiller is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem. The village is located south of the Selzerbeek. The name of the village is derived from villare, what means \"belonging to a villa\". In the 14th century the village is mentioned under names as Waelwilre, Wailwilre and Walwilre. The prefix \"wael\" indicates that the inhabitants were speaking a Walloon language. On the northern side of the village lies the Kruisberg, of Amstel Gold Race fame. \n* Arnold Janssen Monastery \n* Cunibertus Church \n* Road cross on the Botterweck street Show Wahlwilleron the map
HeelHeel () is a town in the southeastern Netherlands. It has been a part of the municipality of Maasgouw since January 1, 2007. Before, it was a separate municipality covering Heel, Panheel, Beegden and Wessem. Before 1991, the official name of the municipality was Heel en Panheel. In pre-Roman times, this was the location of the Gallic town of Catualium. The town is located near the E25 motorway and the river Meuse. Major cities in the surrounding areas are; \n* Roermond (Northeast, 10 kilometers) \n* Maastricht (South, 45 kilometers) \n* Eindhoven (Northwest, 50 kilometers) Show Heelon the map
TervoorstTervoorst, known as Tervoeësj in Limburgish, is a hamlet in the municipality of Nuth in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. The hamlet contains approximately sixty houses, located in a linear pattern along the Voorsterstraat and the Horenweg, which run from the village of Nuth until the hamlet Brand. The Platsbeek river flows to the north of the settlement. In the south there is a hill supporting the nearby Hunnecum hamlet's windmill as well as houses situated on its slopes. Show Tervoorston the map
Sint PieterSint Pieter (Saint Peter) is a neighbourhood in the city of Maastricht, in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located on the western bank of the river Meuse, in the south of the city, and borders Belgium (both Flanders and Wallonia). It is a relatively affluent neighbourhood. Sint Pieter used to be a separate village, and was also a separate municipality until it merged with Maastricht in 1920. The municipality covered the village of Sint Pieter and the hill Sint-Pietersberg. Show Sint Pieteron the map
BergBerg, often called Berg aan de Maas, is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Stein, and lies about 6 km northwest of Geleen. In 2001, Berg had 2090 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.48 km², and contained 895 residences. Berg is situated on the right bank of the river Meuse, Maas in Dutch. The opposite, left bank of the Meuse is Belgian territory, municipality Dilsen-Stokkem. There is a ferry between Berg and Dilsen-Stokkem. Show Bergon the map
SittardSittard (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsɪtɑrt]; Limburgish: Zitterd) is a city in the Netherlands, situated in the southernmost province of Limburg. The town is part of the municipality of Sittard-Geleen and has some 48,400 inhabitants (including those of neighbouring villages Munstergeleen, Limbricht, Einighausen and Guttecoven). In its east, Sittard borders the German municipality of Selfkant (in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia). The city centre is located at 45 m above sea level. Show Sittardon the map
MontfortMontfort (Limburgish: Mofert) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. Montfort has about 3,000 inhabitants. It lies about 8 km south of Roermond. It received city rights in 1271 and is renowned for the ruins of Castle Montfort, built in the 13th century. Until 1991, Montfort was a separate municipality. It then became part of Posterholt, which was later renamed Ambt Montfort. Since 1 January 2007, Montfort has been part of the municipality of Roerdalen. Show Montforton the map
ReijmerstokReijmerstok (Limburgish: Rimmesjtók) is a village in the municipality Gulpen-Wittem in the Dutch province of Limburg. It lies southwest of Gulpen and counts about 600 inhabitants. In the village several half timbered houses can be found. There also is a viaduct, which was part of the tramline between the Dutch city of Maastricht and the German city of Aachen that was in use from 1925 until 1938. Near Reijmerstok hops are grown for the Gulpener Brewery. Show Reijmerstokon the map
BergBerg is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten, on the road between Maastricht and Margraten. Berg has a population of about 150, more than 90% of which are males, and 63% of which are between 15 and 25 years old. Most of these are adolescents in a youth detention center in Huize St. Joseph. Berg should not be confused with the village of the same name 3 km to the northeast. Show Bergon the map
BenzenradeBenzenrade is a Dutch hamlet located in the commune of Heerlen, in the province of Dutch Limburg. On 1 January 2008, the area, including the former village, had 9,872 inhabitants. Located on the border of the municipality and the city, it is between Ubachsberg (municipality of Voerendaal) and Amstenrade. On its north side, it abuts the neighbourhood of Welten. On the east, separated by the N281, is the neighbourhood of Heerlerbaan. Show Benzenradeon the map
Hout-BlerickHout-Blerick (Limburgish: houbliërik) is a village in Limburg which is part of the municipality Venlo. The village has roughly 3,000 inhabitants and has for centuries mainly been populated by people from an agricultural background. Nowadays most people work outside the village. Hout-Blerick is notable for its historical buildings, such as the Saint Joseph Church (Dutch: Sint-Josephkerk) and several historical farms. Show Hout-Blerickon the map
PosterholtPosterholt is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Roerdalen. Posterholt merged with the municipalities Montfort and Sint Odiliënberg in 1991, and the new municipality changed its name to Ambt Montfort three years later. Together with a few other villages in the region it has also an active local history association. This association is situated in St. Odiliënberg. Show Posterholton the map
NieuwstadtNieuwstadt (Limburgish: De Nuujsjtad) is a city in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Echt-Susteren, and lies about 5 km north of Sittard. In 2001, Nieuwstadt had 3088 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.74 km², and contained 1235 residences. Nieuwstadt received city rights in 1271. It was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Susteren. Show Nieuwstadton the map
BelfeldBelfeld (Limburgish: Belvend) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Venlo, and lies about 8 km southwest of the city center of Venlo, between the Meuse River and the border with Germany. In 2001, Belfeld had 4856 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 1.59 km², and contained 1937 residences. In 2001 Belfeld was merged into the municipality of Venlo. Show Belfeldon the map
PanningenPanningen (51°20′N 5°59′E / 51.333°N 5.983°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. Before the 2010 municipal redivision, when Panningen became a part of the newly formed municipality of Peel en Maas, it was part of Helden. Its nearest city Venlo lies about 13 km eastwards. In 2001, Panningen had 11908 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 3.38 km², and contained 4523 residences. Show Panningenon the map
GeleenGeleen (Dutch pronunciation: [ɣəˈleːn]; Limburgish: Gelaen) is a city in the southern part of the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. With 33,960 inhabitants, it is part of the municipality of Sittard-Geleen. Geleen is situated along the river Geleenbeek, a right tributary to the river Meuse. The Latin name for Geleenbeek is Glana, meaning \"clear river\". The town centre is situated at about 60 m above sea level. Show Geleenon the map
EpenEpen (Limburgish: Ieëpe) is a village in the southern part of the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, and lies about 15 km southwest of Kerkrade. Epen is known for its timber framed houses and is part of the sightseeing tour the Mergellandroute. In 2016, Epen had 1095 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.11 km², and contained 197 residences. Show Epenon the map
AmericaAmerica (Dutch pronunciation: [ɑˈmeːrikaː]) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg, originated in the late 19th century. It is a part of the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, and lies about 16 km northwest of Venlo.In 2001, the town of America had 991 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.21 km², and had 397 residences. Including the surrounding countryside, America had 2190 inhabitants as of 2006. Show Americaon the map
ItterenItteren (50°54′N 5°42′E / 50.900°N 5.700°E) (Limburgish: Ittere) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Maastricht, and lies about 6 km north of Maastricht. Itteren was a separate municipality until 1970, when it was merged with Maastricht. In 2001, Itteren had 977 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.25 km², and contained 396 residences. Show Itterenon the map
BuggenumBuggenum is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It was a part of the municipality of Haelen until 2007, when it merged into the municipality of Leudal. It lies about 5 km north of Roermond. Buggenum was a separate municipality until 1942, when it was merged with Haelen. In 2001, Buggenum had 699 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.26 km² and contained 268 residences. Show Buggenumon the map
LinneLinne is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Maasgouw, and lies about 6 km southwest of Roermond. Linne was a separate municipality until 1991, when it was merged with Maasbracht. In 2007 it became part of the Municipality of Maasgouw. In 2001, Linne had 3634 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 1.09 km², and contained 1514 residences. Show Linneon the map
BingelradeBingelrade (50°58′N 5°56′E / 50.967°N 5.933°E) (Limburgish: Bèngelder) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Onderbanken, and lies about 6 km southeast of Sittard. In 2001, Bingelrade had about 850 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.08 km², and contained 130 residences. Until 1982, Bingelrade was a separate municipality. Show Bingelradeon the map
NoorbeekNoorbeek (Limburgish: Norbik) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten (Limburgish: Megraote) and about 12 km southeast of Maastricht. Noorbeek is one of the southernmost villages of the Netherlands. Noorbeek was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Margraten. It is part of the Mergellandroute. Show Noorbeekon the map
BornBorn [bɔrn] is a town of approximately 6,000 inhabitants in the Dutch municipality of Sittard-Geleen. It has a port on the Julianakanaal (Juliana canal). Born is also the site of the car factory Nedcar. It has a zoo. Until 2001, Born was a separate municipality (population about 15,000), that included the villages Born, Buchten, Holtum, Grevenbicht, Papenhoven and Obbicht. Show Bornon the map
SchinnenSchinnen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsxɪnə(n)] (13px listen); Limburgish: Sjènne) is a municipality and a town in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. It is home to US Army Garrison Schinnen, a support base for US personnel assigned to nearby Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum. It is also the location of Alfa Brewery, the only brewery in the Netherlands that uses an officially certified underground spring. Show Schinnenon the map
SchimmertSchimmert (Limburgish: Sjömmert) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Nuth. Schimmert was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Nuth.Schimmert is after Ubachsberg the highest church village in the Netherlands. Schimmert is known for its water tower (1926) and for the Church in the center of the village. Show Schimmerton the map
GennepGennep () is a municipality and a city in southeastern Netherlands. It lies in the northern part of the province of Limburg. Furthermore, it lies on the right bank of the Meuse river, and south of the forest of the Klever Reichswald. The municipality of Gennep has 17,277 inhabitants (2014). The Niers river flows into the Meuse in Gennep. Show Gennepon the map
ReutjeReutje or 't Reutje (Limburgish: 't Räötje) is a small village in Dutch Limburg. It belongs to the municipality of Roerdalen. It lies a few km from Sint Odiliënberg. The village has 4 streets and 300 inhabitants. There is a small café 'Bie Tiel' and a big fanfare, Sint Wiro. Reutje also has its own song: Träötje mien Landj, composed by Wiel Janssen and Pièrre Bonné. Show Reutjeon the map
BaexemBaexem (Limburgish: Baoksem) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Leudal, and lies about 9 kilometres northwest of Roermond. In 2001, Baexem had 1961 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.58 km², and contained 774 residences. Until 1991, Baexem was a separate municipality; it then became a part of Heythuysen. Show Baexemon the map
LimbrichtLimbricht is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Sittard-Geleen, and lies about three kilometres northwest of Sittard. Limbricht was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Sittard. In 2001, Limbricht had 2787 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.62 km², and contained 1052 residences. Show Limbrichton the map
BemelenBemelen (50°51′N 5°46′E / 50.850°N 5.767°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is part of the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten, and lies about 5 km east of Maastricht. In 2013, Bemelen had 587 inhabitants. In 2001, the built-up area of the town was 0.06 km², and contained 115 residences. Until 1982, Bemelen was a separate municipality. Show Bemelenon the map
BocholtzBocholtz (50°49′N 6°0′E / 50.817°N 6.000°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Simpelveld, and lies about 7 km southwest of Kerkrade. Until 1982, it was a separate municipality. In January 2007, Bocholtz had 5,573 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.76 km², and contained 1,810 residences. Show Bocholtzon the map
HouthemHouthem is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul, and lies about 8 km east of Maastricht. Houthem was a separate municipality until 1940, when it was merged with Valkenburg. In 2001, Houthem had 1026 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.38 km², and contained 401 residences. Show Houthemon the map
HertenHerten is a village in the southeastern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Roermond, Limburg. Herten was a separate municipality until 1991, when it was merged with Roermond. The municipality also covered the smaller villages of Merum and Ool. The church of St. Michaël was built in 1954 and was designed by Hendrik Willem Valk. Show Hertenon the map
EckelradeEckelrade (Limburgish: Ikkelder) (50°48′N 5°46′E / 50.800°N 5.767°E) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is part of the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten, and situated about 8 km southeast of the town of Maastricht. Eckelrade has about 580 inhabitants. The built-up area of the hamlet was 0.04 km², and contained 59 residences. Show Eckelradeon the map
OttersumOttersum is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Gennep, and lies about 17 km southeast of Nijmegen. Ottersum was a separate municipality until 1973, when it was merged with Gennep. In 2001, Ottersum had 1568 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.33 km², and contained 596 residences. Show Ottersumon the map
WeltenWelten is a village in Heerlen, still retaining its village like appearance. A couple of landmarks remain in Welten, including a church dating back to the 11th century though restored in the 19th century, and the Weltermolen (Weltermill), a watermill powered by the Geleenbeek. The Weltermolen dates back to at least the 14th century. Show Weltenon the map
MeterikMeterik (Limburgish: De Mieëterik) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, bordering rich farmland to the north and a moor called De Peel to the west. Meterik is located along a brook, the Kabroekse beek, which provides fertile grazing lands. On 1 January 2012, Meterik had 1545 inhabitants. Meterik is the ancestral home of astronomer Peter Jenniskens. The village is known as a haven for temporary workers for seasonal work in the agricultural sector. Currently many of the workers are from Poland. Show Meterikon the map
HeerHeer is a neighbourhood of Maastricht, in the Dutch province of Limburg. Heer is a former municipality and village, incorporated into Maastricht in 1970 and, until 1828, this municipality was called \"Heer en Keer\". The municipality covered the former villages of Heer and Scharn. It is located on the right bank of the River Meuse. Show Heeron the map
KesselKessel () is a former municipality and a city in the southeastern Netherlands. The municipality had 4,246 residents joined in the new municipality Peel en Maas (as of January 1, 2010). Kessel borders on the Helden Woods (Heldense Bossen). By Kessel lie two nature areas: Eikelenpeel and Musschenberg. Show Kesselon the map
Schin op GeulSchin op Geul (Limburgish: Sjin) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul, about 3 km southeast of the town of Valkenburg. Schin op Geul was a separate municipality until 1940, when it was merged with Valkenburg. Schin op Geul has one train Station served by Veolia Show Schin op Geulon the map
CastenrayCastenray (51°29′N 6°2′E / 51.483°N 6.033°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Venray, and lies about 17 km northwest of Venlo. In 2001, Castenray has 700 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.09 km², and contained 134 residences. In 2008 we have nearly 800 inhabitants. Show Castenrayon the map
WellerlooiWellerlooi is a small village in the Dutch province Limburg. It is part of the municipality Bergen. This church village is located between Nijmegen and Venlo, on the eastern side of the Maas Wellerlooi lies in the heart of National Park De Maasduinen. The part of the national park that belongs to Wellerlooi is named De Hamert. Show Wellerlooion the map
RoggelRoggel is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Leudal. The former municipality of Roggel merged in 1991 with Neer. The new municipality was initially named \"Roggel\", but changed its name in 1993 to Roggel en Neer. In 2007 Roggel en Neer became part of the new municipality of Leudal. Show Roggelon the map
BanholtBanholt (50°47′N 5°49′E / 50.783°N 5.817°E) (Limburgish: Tebannet) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is part of the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten and lies about 10 km southeast of Maastricht. In 2001, Banholt had 582 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.13 km², and contained 224 residences. Show Banholton the map
ElslooElsloo is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Stein, about 2 km south of the town of Stein itself. Beek-Elsloo railway station serves Elsloo. Until 1982, when it was merged with Stein, Elsloo was a separate municipality, also incorporating the smaller villages of Meers and Catsop. \n* Op de Berg \n* Mariakerk (St. Mary Roman Catholic church) \n* Augustinuskerk (St. Augustine Roman Catholic church) \n* Pump and chapel at Raadhuisstraat & Kaakstraat \n* Op de Berg as seen from Maasberg Show Elslooon the map
HornThis article is about the village in Limburg, Nretherlands. There is also a hamlet called Horn in Stede Broec. Horn is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Leudal, and lies about 5 km northwest of Roermond. In 2001, Horn had 3485 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 1.09 km² and contained 1349 residences. Horn was a separate municipality until 1991, when it was merged with Haelen. Show Hornon the map
HolsetHolset is a small village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Vaals, about 2 km west of the town of Vaals itself. Holset is about 15 minutes by car from Aachen, just inside the Dutch border in South Limburg. Holset has about 120 inhabitants, a church, hotel, bed-and-breakfast, and pub. Show Holseton the map
BorgharenBorgharen (Limburgish: Hare) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Maastricht, and lies about 3 km north of Maastricht. Until 1970, it was a separate municipality. In 2001, Borgharen had 1814 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.34 km², and contained 732 residences. Show Borgharenon the map
BoekendBoekend (Limburgish: D'n Bokent) (51°23′N 6°7′E / 51.383°N 6.117°E) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Venlo, and lies about 4 km west of the city center. In 2001, Boekend had 328 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.1 km², and contained 122 residences. Show Boekendon the map
MechelenMechelen (50°48′N 5°56′E / 50.800°N 5.933°E) (Limburgish: Mechele)) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, and lies about 13 km south of Heerlen. In 2001, Mechelen had 1210 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.24 km², and contained 481 residences. Show Mechelenon the map
ViltVilt is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg, within the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. It is located on the top of the Cauberg. Vilt does not have its own church, and is a part of parish of Berg, but does have a primary school. The village also has several associations, including a football club. Show Vilton the map
HeythuysenHeythuysen () (Limburgish: Heitse) is a town in the south-eastern Netherlands. Until it became a part of Leudal on 1 January 2007, Heythuysen was a separate municipality, including the villages of Baexem, Grathem and Kelpen-Oler. Heythuysen is home of the famous Grand Café Tom Tom. Show Heythuysenon the map
GebroekGebroek (Limburgish: Gebrook) (51°6′N 5°52′E / 51.100°N 5.867°E) is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Echt-Susteren, and lies about 11 km north of Sittard. In 2001, Gebroek had 139 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.08 km², and contained 55 residences. Show Gebroekon the map
BaarloBaarlo (51°20′N 6°6′E / 51.333°N 6.100°E) (Limburgish: Baolder) is a town in the southeastern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Peel en Maas, Limburg, about 6 km southwest of Venlo. In 2001, Baarlo had 5199 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 1.25 km², and contained 1912 residences. Show Baarloon the map
EtsbergEtsberg (Limburgish: Ètsberg) (51°8′N 6°6′E / 51.133°N 6.100°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Roerdalen, and lies about 9 km southeast of Roermond. In 2001, Etsberg had 120 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.06 km², and contained 54 residences. Show Etsbergon the map
BroekhuizenvorstBroekhuizenvorst (51°30′N 6°9′E / 51.500°N 6.150°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, and lies at 18 km north of Venlo. In 2001, Broekhuizenvorst had 802 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.26 km², and contained 309 residences. Show Broekhuizenvorston the map
EchtEcht (Limburgish: Ech) is a city in the Dutch municipality of Echt-Susteren in the province of Limburg, Netherlands. It was a municipality itself until it merged with the municipality of Susteren on January 1, 2003. The municipality of Echt had about 19300 inhabitants and an area of about 75,13 square km. Show Echton the map
RoosterenRoosteren (Limburgish: Roostere) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Echt-Susteren. Roosteren was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Susteren. The municipality also covered the villages of Visserweert, Kokkelert, and Oud-Roosteren. Show Roosterenon the map
MheerMheer (Limburgish: Maer) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten and about 12 km southeast of Maastricht. Mheer was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Margraten. The municipality also covered Banholt and Terhorst. Show Mheeron the map
WijnandsradeWijnandsrade (Limburgian: Wienesrao) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Nuth.It is notable for its castle and church and two ponds, which define the village's centre. Wijnandsrade was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Nuth. Show Wijnandsradeon the map
Nieuw-BergenNieuw-Bergen (51°36′N 6°3′E / 51.600°N 6.050°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Bergen (L.), and lies about 28 km north of Venlo. In 2001, Nieuw-Bergen had 4155 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 1.01 km², and contained 1683 residences. Show Nieuw-Bergenon the map
AaldonkAaldonk is a small area with just a dozen houses; it is part of the municipality of Gennep (in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands). Most of the area is agricultural and it is closely linked to the nearby village of Ottersum and on the other side to 'de Panoven', another agricultural area. Show Aaldonkon the map
BerghemBerghem (50°48′N 5°54′E / 50.800°N 5.900°E) is a small hamlet in the Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. It is located about 1 km south of the town of Gulpen, in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem. In the 19th century, the hamlet had about 100 inhabitants; nowadays, it is not much larger. Show Berghemon the map
BlitterswijckBlitterswijck (51°32′N 6°6′E / 51.533°N 6.100°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Venray, and lies about 20 km north of Venlo. In 2001, Blitterswijck had 886 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.27 km², and contained 305 residences. Show Blitterswijckon the map
BaneheideBaneheide (50°49′N 5°59′E / 50.817°N 5.983°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Simpelveld, and lies about 9 km southwest of Kerkrade. In 2001, Baneheide had 65 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.03 km² and contained 27 residences. Show Baneheideon the map
OspeldijkOspeldijk (51°19′N 5°49′E / 51.317°N 5.817°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Nederweert, and lies about 11 km northeast of Weert. In 2001, Ospeldijk had 227 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.09 km², and contained 74 residences. Show Ospeldijkon the map
MilsbeekMilsbeek (51°44′N 5°57′E / 51.733°N 5.950°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Gennep, and lies about 14 km southeast of Nijmegen. In 2001, Milsbeek had 1712 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.75 km², and contained 666 residences. Show Milsbeekon the map
KeutenbergThe Keutenberg is a steep hill in the south of Limburg, Netherlands. The start of the climb is in Schin op Geul, a small village near Valkenburg aan de Geul. The Keutenberg is considered the steepest hill in the Netherlands and is famous for being part of the route of the Amstel Gold Race. Show Keutenbergon the map
ArensgenhoutArensgenhout (50°53′N 5°50′E / 50.883°N 5.833°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Nuth, and lies about 8 km south of Geleen. In 2001, Arensgenhout had 311 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.06 km², and contained 106 residences. Show Arensgenhouton the map
EgchelEgchel (51°19′N 5°58′E / 51.317°N 5.967°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Peel en Maas, and lies about 14 km north of Roermond. In 2001, Egchel had 535 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.18 km², and contained 191 residences. Show Egchelon the map
GrevenbichtGrevenbicht (Limburgish: Beeg) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Sittard-Geleen. It lies about 8 km north-west of Sittard, on the right bank of the river Meuse. Grevenbicht was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Born. Show Grevenbichton the map
BeringeBeringe (51°20′N 5°57′E / 51.333°N 5.950°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Peel en Maas, and lies about 15 km west of Venlo. In 2001, Beringe had 1286 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.34 km², and contained 472 residences. Show Beringeon the map
MargratenMargraten () (Limburgish: Mergraote) is a village and a former municipality in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. On January 1, 2011, this former municipality merged with a neighbouring one, which resulted in the new Eijsden-Margraten municipality. Show Margratenon the map
BreustBreust is a former village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten, and is now a neighbourhood of Eijsden. Breust was a separate municipality until 1828, when the area was divided between the municipalities of Eijsden and Sint Geertruid. Show Breuston the map
NederweerterdijkNederweerterdijk is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Peel en Maas, about 3 km west of the center of that village. Together with the neighbouring hamlet Berg and the surrounding countryside, Nederweerterdijk has a population of about 150. Show Nederweerterdijkon the map
HeideHeide (51°30′N 5°57′E / 51.500°N 5.950°E) is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Venray, and lies about 20 km east of Helmond. In 2006, Heide had 460 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 5.23 km², and contained 160 residences. Show Heideon the map
JabeekJabeek (Limburgish: Jaobik, English: Yescreek) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Onderbanken, on the German border about 8 km east of Geleen. Jabeek was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged into Onderbanken. Show Jabeekon the map
SlenakenSlenaken (Limburgish: Sjlennich) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. Slenaken was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Wittem. Show Slenakenon the map
HorstHorst is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas. Although the municipality is named after the village, Horst itself is not called \"aan de Maas\", because it does not lie on the River Meuse (in Dutch called Maas). Show Horston the map
ThornThorn (, Limburgish: Thoear) is a town in the municipality of Maasgouw, in the Dutch province of Limburg. It lies on the rivers Meuse and Witbeek. It is known as 'the white village' for its white-washed brick houses in the centre of town. Show Thornon the map
KronenbergKronenberg is a village in the southeastern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, Limburg, about 13 km northwest of Venlo. In 2001, Kronenberg had 1312 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.11 km², and contained 207 residences. Show Kronenbergon the map
GrubbenvorstGrubbenvorst (Limburgish: Grevors) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, about 6 km northwest of Venlo. Grubbenvorst was a separate municipality until 2001, until being merged with Horst aan de Maas. Show Grubbenvorston the map
LaarLaar is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located just to the south of the town Nuth. The A76 motorway divides the hamlet in two parts: the largest part, to the west, is part of the municipality of Nuth; the eastern part is in municipality Heerlen. Show Laaron the map
BoukoulBoukoul is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Swalmen, and is situated about 5 km northeast of Roermond. In 2001, Boukoul counted 818 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.23 km², and contained 322 residences. Show Boukoulon the map
AltweerterheideAltweerterheide is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Weert, and lies about 4 km southwest of Weert. In 2001, Altweerterheide had 514 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.14 km², and contained 195 residences. Show Altweerterheideon the map
AfferdenAfferden is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Bergen (L.), and lies about 25 km southeast of Nijmegen. In 2006, Afferden had 2256 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.44 km², and contained 636 residences. Show Afferdenon the map
SchaesbergSchaesberg (Limburgish: D'r Sjeet) is a town in the municipality of Landgraaf in the Dutch province of Limburg. Schaesberg was a separate municipality until 1982, when it merged with Nieuwenhagen and Ubach over Worms to form the new municipality Landgraaf. Show Schaesbergon the map
PanheelPanheel is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Maasgouw, and lies about 9 km south-west of Roermond. In 2001, Panheel had 189 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.36 km², and contained 82 residences. Show Panheelon the map
UlestratenUlestraten (Limburgish: Ulesjtraote) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Meerssen. It is surrounded by several forests. Ulestraten was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Meerssen. Show Ulestratenon the map
MaasbrachtMaasbracht () is a town in the southeastern Netherlands. It was a separate municipality until January 1, 2007, when it became a part of the new municipality of Maasgouw. The Town hall is located in Maasbracht. Socker player Mark van Bommel was born in Maasbracht. \n* Maasbracht, the village near Julianakanaal and the river Maas \n* Maasbracht, church Show Maasbrachton the map
MerkelbeekMerkelbeek (Limburgish: Merkelbek) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Onderbanken, about 9 km northwest of Heerlen. Merkelbeek was a separate municipality until 1982, when it became part of Onderbanken. Show Merkelbeekon the map
AsenrayAsenray is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Roermond, and lies about 3 km east of Roermond. In 2006, Asenray had 883 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.1 km², and contained 139 residences. Show Asenrayon the map
WeertWeert (Dutch pronunciation: [ʋeːrt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Wieërt, local pronunciation: [βiəʀt]) is a municipality and city in the southeastern Netherlands. Weert had a population of 48,825 in 2014. It lies on the railway line, and is also astride the Zuid-Willemsvaart canal. Show Weerton the map
GrathemGrathem (Dutch pronunciation: [ɣraːtəm]; Limburgish: Gratem) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Leudal, about 10 km west of Roermond. Grathem was a separate municipality until 1991, when it was merged with Heythuysen. Show Grathemon the map
SevenumSevenum () (Limburgish: Zaerem) is a town in the province Limburg in the southeastern Netherlands. Until 2010, it was also the name of the municipality comprising the towns of Sevenum, Kronenberg and Evertsoord. Show Sevenumon the map
StevensweertStevensweert is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Maasgouw. It lies on the right bank of the river Meuse, which forms the limit with Kessenich in Belgium. There was also a ferry to this village. Show Stevensweerton the map
HalerHaler is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Leudal and lies about 9 km southeast of Weert. In 2001, Haler had 258 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.08 km², and contained 89 residences. Show Haleron the map
Oud-VroenhovenOud-Vroenhoven is former municipality in the Dutch province of Limburg. It merged with Maastricht in 1920. The municipality covered a large part of the current municipality of Maastricht west of the River Meuse outside the walls of the city. Show Oud-Vroenhovenon the map
BundeBunde (Limburgish: Bung) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Meerssen, about 2 km northwest of Meerssen itself. Bunde was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Meerssen. Show Bundeon the map
EllEll is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is a part of the municipality of Leudal and lies about 7 km southeast of Weert. In 2012, Ell had 1489 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.28 km², and contained 381 residences. Show Ellon the map
HunselHunsel () is a town in the south-eastern Netherlands. Until it became a part of Leudal on 1 January 2007, Hunsel was a separate municipality, covering also the villages of Ell, Haler, Ittervoort and Neeritter Show Hunselon the map
KlimmenKlimmen (Limburgish: Klumme) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Voerendaal, about 7 km west of Heerlen. Klimmen was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Voerendaal. Show Klimmenon the map
WeustenradeWeustenrade is a village in the Netherlands, province Limburg, mun. Voerendaal. Circa 300 houses, near Hoensbroek, Voerendaal and Klimmen. There are still several old seventeenth-century houses, among which the 'oliemolen' (oilmill). Show Weustenradeon the map
GeulleGeulle (Limburgish: Gäöl) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Meerssen, about 8 km southwest of Geleen. Geulle was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Meerssen. Show Geulleon the map
BrunssumBrunssum (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈbrɵnsəm] (13px listen); Limburgish: Broensem) is a municipality and a town in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. Brunssum was a center of coal mining until 1973. The municipality of Brunssum has 28,840 residents as of 2014. Show Brunssumon the map
MaasnielMaasniel is a neighbourhood of Roermond in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located east of the city centre. Maasniel used to be a separate village. It was a separate municipality until 1959, when it was merged with Roermond. Show Maasnielon the map
WijlreWijlre (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋilreː or ˈʋilrə]; Limburgish: Wielder) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem. Wijlre was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Gulpen. Show Wijlreon the map
HaelenHaelen () is a town in the south-eastern Netherlands. Until it became a part of Leudal on 1 January 2007 Haelen was a separate municipality, including the villages of Buggenum, Horn, and Nunhem. Show Haelenon the map
RijckholtRijckholt (Limburgish: Riêkelt) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten. Rijckholt was a separate municipality until 1943, when it was merged with Gronsveld. Show Rijckholton the map
SiebengewaldSiebengewald is a village near the German border, 27 km southeast of Nijmegen, in the municipality of Bergen in the northern part of the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. Siebengewald has 2,077 inhabitants (2015). Show Siebengewaldon the map
SpaubeekSpaubeek is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Beek, about 3 km south of the town of Geleen.Spaubeek was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Beek. Show Spaubeekon the map
SchinveldSchinveld (Limburgish: Sjilvend) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Onderbanken. Schinveld was a separate municipality until 1982, when it became a part of Onderbanken. Show Schinveldon the map
NeerNeer is a village in Limburg, Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Leudal, on the River Meuse about 8 km north of Roermond. Neer was a separate municipality until 1991, when it was merged with Roggel. Show Neeron the map
Berg en TerblijtBerg en Terblijt (Limburgish: Berg or Berg en Terbliet) is the official Dutch name of a village in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul in the province of Limburg in the Southern part of the Netherlands. Show Berg en Terblijton the map
NieuwenhagenNieuwenhagen is a former village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is now a part of the municipality of Landgraaf. Nieuwenhagen was a separate municipality until 1982, when it became a part of Landgraaf. Show Nieuwenhagenon the map
StruchtStrucht is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul. Strucht was a separate municipality until 1879, when it was merged with Schin op Geul. Show Struchton the map
BissenBissen is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, about 2 km southwest of the village of Mechelen. In 2003, the population of Bissen was 25. Show Bissenon the map
GeulhemGeulhem is a rural village in the south-eastern Netherlands, part of the former Berg en Terblijt council, now Valkenburg aan de Geul council. It is situated between Houthem and Berg en Terblijt. Show Geulhemon the map
HeerlerheideHeerlerheide, in Limburgish Heëlehei or Gen Hei, is a Dutch village located in the commune of Heerlen, in the province of Dutch Limburg. On 1 January 2007, the village had 3180 inhabitants. Show Heerlerheideon the map
BeekBeek is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality Venray, about 3 km northwest of the center of that town. Basse has a population of about 80 inhabitants. Show Beekon the map
TegelenTegelen (Limburgish: Tegele) is a city district of the municipality of Venlo, situated in the Netherlands. It was an independent municipality until 2001, when it was merged into the municipality of Venlo. Show Tegelenon the map
AmstenradeAmstenrade is a village in the municipality of Schinnen, in the Netherlands. It is located about 7 km northwest of Heerlen. Between 1839 and 1982, Amstenrade was a separate municipality. Show Amstenradeon the map
HeerlerbaanHeerlerbaan is a former Dutch village located in the commune of Heerlen, in the province of Dutch Limburg. On 1 January 2008, the area, including the former village had 9872 inhabitants. Show Heerlerbaanon the map
WittemWittem is a small village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem. Wittem was a separate municipality until 1999, when it merged with Gulpen. Show Wittemon the map
MunstergeleenMunstergeleen is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Sittard-Geleen, and it lies in the Western Mine Region (Westelijke Mijnstreek in Dutch). Show Munstergeleenon the map
IttervoortIttervoort is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Leudal. Ittervoort was a separate municipality until 1942, when it was merged with Hunsel. Show Ittervoorton the map
WalemWalem is a hamlet with about 200 inhabitants in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is largely located in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul, but a small part lies in Voerendaal. Show Walemon the map
SibbeSibbe (Limburgish: Sub or Süp) is the official Dutch name of a village in the municipality of Valkenburg aan de Geul in the province of Limburg in the Southern part of the Netherlands. Show Sibbeon the map
NeeritterNeeritter is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Leudal. Neeritter was a separate municipality until 1942, when it was merged with Hunsel. Show Neeritteron the map
StramproyStramproy is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Weert. Stramproy was a separate municipality until 1998, when it was merged with Weert. Show Stramproyon the map
VaesradeVaesrade is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Nuth. Vaesrade was a separate municipality until 1821, when it was merged with Nuth. Show Vaesradeon the map
UrmondUrmond is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Stein. Urmond was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Stein. Show Urmondon the map
WanssumWanssum is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Venray. Wanssum was a separate municipality until 1969, when it merged with Meerlo. Show Wanssumon the map
Ten EsschenTen Esschen (Limburgese: Genessche) is a Dutch hamlet located in the commune of Heerlen, in the province of Dutch Limburg. On 1 January 2007, the hamlet had 166 inhabitants. Show Ten Esschenon the map
UbachsbergUbachsberg is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Voerendaal. Restaurant De Leuf (2 Michelin stars) is located in the village. \n* Chapel in the \"Oude Schoolstraat\" \n* Sint-Bernarduskerk \n* Maria statue Hunsstraat \n* Limekiln Show Ubachsbergon the map
WessemWessem is a small village in the Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. Wessem is a part of the municipality of Maasgouw. As of 2002, Wessem had a population of 1,750. Show Wessemon the map
MeerloMeerlo is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas It was the seat of the former municipality Meerlo-Wanssum. Show Meerloon the map
ReuverReuver (Limburgish: Oppe Ruiver) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Beesel, about 10 km south of the city of Venlo. Show Reuveron the map
LommLomm (Limburgish: Lóm) is a small village in the municipality of Venlo, the Netherlands 7 kilometres to the north of Venlo. There were 1.015 inhabitants in 2011. Show Lommon the map
MaasbreeMaasbree () is a former municipality and a town in southeastern Netherlands. Until 1818, the municipality was just called \"Bree\". Show Maasbreeon the map
BieslandBiesland is a neighbourhood of Maastricht, Netherlands located in the southwest of the city. It is mainly a residential neighbourhood and relatively affluent. Show Bieslandon the map
HeldenHelden () (Limburgish: Helje) is a former municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands in the province Limburg. Show Heldenon the map
OffenbeekOffenbeek (Limburgish: Óffebek) is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Beesel, east of the village of Reuver. Show Offenbeekon the map
HasseltHasselt is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Venlo, about 2 km north of the village of Velden (Limburg). Show Hasselton the map
BeeselBeesel () (Limburgish: Bezel) is a municipality and a town in the province of Limburg in the southeastern Netherlands. Show Beeselon the map
HelleHelle is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Gulpen-Wittem, about 1 km south of the village of Mechelen. Show Helleon the map
VenloVenlo (Dutch: [ˈvɛnloː] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southeastern Netherlands, near the German border. It is situated in the province of Limburg. Show Venloon the map
VredepeelVredepeel is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg, in the municipality of Venray. It is home to a military base and has a population of 270. Show Vredepeelon the map
HeukelomHeukelom is a town in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Bergen, about 2 km south of the village of Afferden. Show Heukelomon the map
LaarLaar is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Weert, just 2 km north of the town of Weert itself. Show Laaron the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Mook en Middelaar, in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located about 1 km north of Middelaar. Show Heikanton the map
RoskamRoskam is a small village in the Dutch municipality of Roerdalen. It is located between the larger towns of Posterholt and Sint Odiliënberg. Show Roskamon the map
LutteradeLutterade is a district of Geleen and later Sittard-Geleen (a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands, in the province of Limburg). Show Lutteradeon the map
HegelsomHegelsom (Limburgish: Haegelsem) is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas. Show Hegelsomon the map
CaliforniëCalifornië is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Venlo, about 3 km west of Grubbenvorst. Show Californiëon the map
HeijenHeijen is a village in the municipality of Gennep in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. Heijen has 2,044 inhabitants (2003). Show Heijenon the map
AijenAijen is a village in the municipality of Bergen in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. Aijen has 370 inhabitants (2007). Show Aijenon the map
MeijelMeijel () (Limburgish: Méél) is a former municipality and a town in southeastern Netherlands. Show Meijelon the map
MeerssenMeerssen () (Limburgish: Meersje) is a place and a municipality in southeastern Netherlands. Show Meerssenon the map
BergenBergen () (Limburgish: Baerge) is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands. Show Bergenon the map
NunhemNunhem is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Leudal, 1 km north of Haelen. Show Nunhemon the map
VoerendaalVoerendaal (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvuːrə(n)daːl] (13px listen); Limburgish: Voelender) is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands. Show Voerendaalon the map
VeldenVelden (Limburgish: Velde) is a village in the municipality of Venlo (5,085 inhabitants) in Limburg, Netherlands. Show Veldenon the map
MeldersloMelderslo is a village in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas. Show Meldersloon the map
VeulenVeulen (Limburgs: ´t Väöle) is a small village in the municipality of Venray in Limburg, Netherlands. Show Veulenon the map
Sint JoostSint Joost (Limburgish: Sint-Joeas) is a small Dutch village in the municipality of Echt-Susteren. Show Sint Jooston the map
SwartbroekSwartbroek is a small town in the Netherlands, in the municipality of Weert. Show Swartbroekon the map
HonthemHonthem is a small village in the Netherlands, about 7 km from Maastricht. Show Honthemon the map
Bong Show Bongon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Limburg
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Provincie LimburgLimburg (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈlɪmbɵrx] (13px listen); Dutch and Limburgish: French: Limbourg) is the southernmost of the 12 provinces of the Netherlands. It is in the southeastern part of the country, stretched out from the north, where it touches the province of Gelderland, to the south, where it internationally borders Belgium. Its northern part has the North Brabant province to its west. Its long eastern boundary is the international border with the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Much of the west border runs along the River Maas, bordering the Flemish province of Limburg, and a small part of the Walloon province of Liège. On the south end, it has borders with the Flemish exclave of Voeren and its surrounding part of Liège, Wallonia. The Vaalserberg is onShow on map
Gemeente MaastrichtMaastricht (Dutch: [maːˈstrɪxt] (13px listen); Limburgish (incl. Maastrichtian): Mestreech [məˈstʀeˑx]; French: Maestricht (archaic); Spanish: Mastrique (archaic)) is a town and a municipality in the southeast of the Netherlands. It is the capital city of the province of Limburg. Maastricht is located on both sides of the Meuse river (Dutch: Maas), at the point where the Jeker River (French: Geer) joins it.Show on map
Eijsden-MargratenEijsden-Margraten ()() (Limburgish: Èèsjde-Mergraote) is a municipality situated in the very south of the Netherlands.There it is located in the southeastern part of the province of Limburg. This municipality was formed in 2011 from the former municipalities of Eijsden and Margraten, that both consisted of a number of separately situated villages. As a result, the nowadays Eijsden-Margraten municipality consists of 28 villages and townships, spread out over 15 administrative centres. As of 2011, it has a population of about 25,000.Show on map
Gemeente SteinStein () is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 25,224 in 2014 and covers an area of 22.62 km2 (8.73 sq mi) of which 1.47 km2 (0.57 sq mi) is water. On 29 October 2009, the shopping mall of Stein suffered a severe fire. As a result of the calamity, the town subsequently lost 40 shops, 2 banks, 1 restaurant and 6 houses. The adjacent, iconic, 11-story apartment building 'De Stevel', remained intact.Show on map
Gulpen-WittemGulpen-Wittem () (Limburgish: Gullepe-Wittem) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands (in the province of Limburg) with 14,431 inhabitants as of 2014. Gulpen-Wittem came into being after the merger of the municipalities Gulpen and Wittem. This took place after a request of both municipalities. At the time of the merger, both municipalities had about 8000 inhabitants, although Wittem was bigger than Gulpen. The town hall was situated in Gulpen, and has kept its function as town hall in the new municipality. The former town hall of Wittem was situated in a manor house in Mechelen since 1986, which is now being used as a \"nursing hostel\".Show on map
Gemeente HeerlenHeerlen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɦeːrlə(n)] (13px listen); Limburgish: Heële) is a city and a municipality in the southeast of the Netherlands. It is the fourth largest municipality in the province of Limburg. Heerlen forms part of Parkstad Limburg, formerly known as Oostelijke Mijnstreek (Eastern Coal Mining District), an agglomeration with about 220,000 inhabitants.Show on map
Gemeente BeekBeek () (Limburgish: Baek) is a town and municipality in the southeastern Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. As of 2012, Beek has a population of about 16,400, of which about 8,800 live in the town of Beek.Show on map
Gemeente RoermondRoermond (Dutch pronunciation: [ruːrˈmɔnt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Remunj) is a city, a municipality, and a diocese in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. The city of Roermond is a historically important town, on the lower Roer at the east bank of the Meuse river. It received city rights in 1231. Roermond town centre has been designated as a conservation area.Show on map
Gemeente SimpelveldSimpelveld (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsɪmpəlˌvɛlt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Zumpelveld) is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands. It is part of the municipal cooperative unit Parkstad Limburg. Simpelveld is part of the Mergelland, named after the presence of chalk (mergel), hill country popular with tourists. The Mergellandroute passes through the town.Show on map
Gemeente VaalsVaals () is a town in the extreme southeastern part of the Dutch province of Limburg, which in its turn finds itself in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. The municipality covers an area of 23.87 km2 (9.22 sq mi) in the foothills of the and is located about 23 km (14 mi) east of Maastricht and 5 km (3.1 mi) west of the city centre of Aachen. It borders on both Belgium and Germany. The three borders meet on the Drielandenpunt, a few meters from the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg used to be called \"Hubertusberg\".Show on map
Gemeente Sittard-GeleenSittard-Geleen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌsɪtɑrt xəˈleːn] (13px listen); Limburgish: Zittert-Gelaen) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands. It was formed in 2001 from the former municipalities Sittard, Geleen and Born. The combined municipality has approximately 96,000 inhabitants (2007) and is thus the second most populated municipality in Limburg (after Maastricht with 125,000 inhabitants). Since the 2006 municipal elections, the city has been governed by a coalition of PvdA (Labour), GroenLinks (Green) and the local party GOB.Show on map
Gemeente NuthNuth (Dutch pronunciation: [nɵt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Nut) is a municipality and a village in the province of Limburg, situated in the southern Netherlands. The village of Nuth has 5,548 inhabitants, and is with that the largest village of the municipality. The town hall of the municipality Nuth is also situated in the village Nuth. The other villages in the municipality are Hulsberg with 4,300 inhabitants, Schimmert with 3,339, Wijnandsrade with 1,812 and Vaesrade with 1,027 inhabitants (data: 1-1-2005). The other population centres belong to one of the following villages.Show on map
Gemeente Echt-SusterenEcht-Susteren (Dutch ; Limburgish: Ech-Zöstere) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands. Echt-Susteren was created in 2003 by merging the former municipalities of Echt and Susteren. Susteren is situated in a Euregional area. In the west the municipality borders to Belgium and in the east to Germany. The narrowest is only 4.8 km wide. It is possible to walk from Germany to Belgium via Netherlands in under an hour. The area of Echt-Susteren is a green municipality also known as the green waist of Limburg.Show on map
Gemeente NederweertNederweert () (Limburgish: Ni-jwieërt) is a municipality and a town in southeastern Netherlands with 16,747 as of 2014 and has an area of 101.78 km2 (39.30 sq mi) of which 1.55 km2 (0.60 sq mi) is water. Nederweert lies at the intersection of three channels: the Zuid-Willemsvaart, the Noordervaart and the channel Wessem-Nederweert. In the 19th century these channels provided transport routes to export peat that was harvested from the Peel. These channels connect Nederweert to Maastricht and 's-Hertogenbosch.Show on map
Gemeente VenrayVenray (old Dutch spelling: Venraij) () (Limburgish: Venroj) is a municipality and a city in Limburg, the Netherlands. The municipality of Venray consists of 14 towns over an area of 146 km², with 43,494 inhabitants as of July 2016. About 30,000 of those inhabitants live in the city of Venray; the other 13,000 live in one of the 13 surrounding towns. After Venlo, Venray is the second biggest city in northern Limburg.Show on map
Gemeente KerkradeKerkrade ([ˈkɛrkraːdə] (13px listen), Kerkrade dialect: Kirchroa [ˈkeʁçʁoə̯]) is a town and a municipality in the southeast of Limburg, the southernmost province of the Netherlands. Kerkrade is the western half of a divided city; before the independence of the Netherlands, it was part of the German town of Herzogenrath. The two towns, including outlying suburban settlements, have a population approaching 100,000, of which nearly 47,000 in Kerkrade.Show on map
Gemeente MaasgouwMaasgouw is a municipality in the Dutch province of Limburg. It is located on both banks of the river Meuse southwest of the city of Roermond. It was formed in a merger of the former municipalities of Heel, Maasbracht and Thorn on 1 January 2007. The municipality contains a number of towns and villages: Beegden, Brachterbeek, Heel, Linne, Maasbracht, Ohé en Laak, Panheel, Stevensweert, Thorn, and Wessem.Show on map
Gemeente Mook en MiddelaarMook en Middelaar (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈmoːk ən ˈmɪdəlaːr] (13px listen), Limburgish: Mook en Middelar) is a municipality in the mid-eastern part of the Netherlands, at the northern tip of the province of Limburg and is a part of Stadsregio Arnhem Nijmegen. The municipality is located about 100 km from provincial capital Maastricht and has an area of 18.81 km2 (7.26 sq mi) of which 1.42 km2 (0.55 sq mi) is water.Show on map
Gemeente SchinnenSchinnen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsxɪnə(n)] (13px listen); Limburgish: Sjènne) is a municipality and a town in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. It is home to US Army Garrison Schinnen, a support base for US personnel assigned to nearby Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum. It is also the location of Alfa Brewery, the only brewery in the Netherlands that uses an officially certified underground spring.Show on map
Gemeente GennepGennep () is a municipality and a city in southeastern Netherlands. It lies in the northern part of the province of Limburg. Furthermore, it lies on the right bank of the Meuse river, and south of the forest of the Klever Reichswald. The municipality of Gennep has 17,277 inhabitants (2014). The Niers river flows into the Meuse in Gennep.Show on map
Gemeente LeudalLeudal (Limburgish: Leudaal) is a municipality in the Dutch province of Limburg. It was formed on January 1, 2007 in a merger of the municipalities of Heythuysen, Haelen, Hunsel, and Roggel en Neer. The municipality contains the following population centres: \n* Baexem \n* Buggenum \n* Ell \n* Grathem \n* Haelen \n* Haler \n* Heibloem \n* Heythuysen \n* Horn \n* Hunsel \n* Ittervoort \n* Kelpen-Oler \n* Neer \n* Neeritter \n* Nunhem \n* RoggelShow on map
Valkenburg aan de GeulValkenburg aan de Geul () (Limburgish: Valkeberg) is a municipality situated in the southeastern Dutch province of Limburg. The name refers to the central town in the municipality, Valkenburg, and the small river Geul.Show on map
Gemeente Horst aan de MaasHorst aan de Maas () (Limburgish: Haos aan de Maos) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. In 2010 the municipalities Sevenum and part of Meerlo-Wanssum joined the municipality.Show on map
Gemeente WeertWeert (Dutch pronunciation: [ʋeːrt] (13px listen); Limburgish: Wieërt, local pronunciation: [βiəʀt]) is a municipality and city in the southeastern Netherlands. Weert had a population of 48,825 in 2014. It lies on the railway line, and is also astride the Zuid-Willemsvaart canal.Show on map
Gemeente Peel en MaasPeel en Maas has been a new municipality in the southeastern Netherlands since 1 January 2010. It is situated in the province of Limburg. The municipality is formed by the former municipalities of Helden, Kessel, Maasbree, and Meijel.Show on map
Gemeente BrunssumBrunssum (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈbrɵnsəm] (13px listen); Limburgish: Broensem) is a municipality and a town in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. Brunssum was a center of coal mining until 1973. The municipality of Brunssum has 28,840 residents as of 2014.Show on map
Gemeente RoerdalenRoerdalen () (Limburgish: Roerdale) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. As of 2007, it had about 21,000 inhabitants and borders Germany.Show on map
Gemeente BeeselBeesel () (Limburgish: Bezel) is a municipality and a town in the province of Limburg in the southeastern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente VenloVenlo (Dutch: [ˈvɛnloː] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southeastern Netherlands, near the German border. It is situated in the province of Limburg.Show on map
Gemeente MeerssenMeerssen () (Limburgish: Meersje) is a place and a municipality in southeastern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente BergenBergen () (Limburgish: Baerge) is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente VoerendaalVoerendaal (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvuːrə(n)daːl] (13px listen); Limburgish: Voelender) is a municipality and a town in the southeastern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente OnderbankenOnderbanken (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen); Limburgish: Óngerbenk) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands.Show on map
LandgraafLandgraaf (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈlɑntxraːf] (13px listen); Limburgish: Lankgraaf) is a municipality in southeastern Limburg, Netherlands.Show on map
Different buildings in Limburg
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Staatsmijn MauritsStaatsmijn Maurits was a state-owned coal mine in Geleen, Netherlands. In 1911 the Dutch Government bought the concessions \"Maasvelden\". In 1912 and 1913 drillings were carried out by the Internationale Bohrgesellschaft Erkelenz in the areas west of the Staatsmijn Emma and Staatsmijn Hendrik concessions. Drillings were made at the towns of Geleen-Lutterade, Krawinkel and Schinnen. Additional shallow drillings were made near Urmond.Show on map
Kasteel BleijenbeekBleijenbeek Castle (Dutch: Kasteel Bleijenbeek) is situated in the small hamlet of Bleijenbeek in the Dutch province of Limburg. According to the 19th-century historian A.J. van der Aa, the castle is known for its numerous sieges by the armies of Guelders and Spain. In 1580, the castle was besieged by the forces of Guelders, but it was defended bravely by the lord of the castle, Marten Schenk. When the Duke of Parma sent cavalry, the besieging army had to retreat. In 1589, Schenk changed sides, and the castle was besieged by Marcus van Rije, the stadtholder of Guelders appointed by the Spanish king; this time, the castle was conquered.Show on map
Kasteel JansgeleenJansgeleen Castle, now erroneously called Sint-Jansgeleen or Sint Jansgeleen, was a medieval castle in the little village of Spaubeek, in the Dutch province of Limburg. Spaubeek is located in the municipality of Beek, about 3 km south of the town of Geleen. Spaubeek was a separate municipality until 1982, when it was merged with Beek.Show on map
Transnationale Universiteit Limburg / Campus MaastrichtMaastricht University (abbreviated as UM; Dutch: Universiteit Maastricht) is a public university in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Founded in 1976, the university is the second youngest of the 13 Dutch universities. Besides traditional programmes, Maastricht University also has an honours liberal arts college: University College Maastricht and a Maastricht Science Programme in the same liberal arts tradition. Its University College Venlo has been announced to open in September 2014.Show on map
Kasteel HoensbroekHoensbroek Castle (Dutch: Kasteel Hoensbroek) or Gebrook Castle (Dutch: Gebrookhoes) is one of the largest castles in the Netherlands. It is situated in Hoensbroek, a town in the province of Limburg. This imposing watercastle is known as 'the most lordly stronghold between Rhine and Meuse'. The oldest part of the castle, notably the tall round tower, dates from around 1360, when it was built by Herman Hoen, though a predecessor to the castle had already existed in the swamp (or Gebrook) the castle was located in. This so-called motte-and-bailey dated from around 1225. In 1250 a fortified manor was built on the location of the present castle. Because of its important strategical location in the Duchy of Brabant, located along important trading routes to Maastricht, Aachen and Cologne, the cShow on map
Kasteel WittemKasteel Wittem is a former restaurant located in Castle Wittem in the village of Wittem, in the Netherlands. It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in the period 1977-1989. In the period 1975-1979, head chef was Jan Vossen. At least in the period 1987-1990, Theus van Schaik was the head chef. Wim Rekko took over, but could not retain the star. The restaurant was part of Hotel Kasteel Wittem, which closed down in June 2009. The owners Marc and Peter Ritzen had run the hotel for 40 years. The hotel reopened, now without a restaurant, in January 2010.Show on map
Mijn Oranje Nassau IIThe Oranje Nassau II was a Dutch coal mine located in Schaesberg. The mine was in operation from 1904 until 1971. It was the second of four mines collectively known as the Oranje Nassau Mijnen. When in 1904 the first coal from the ground, high production levels were not yet achieved. The mine was not connected to the railroad and the won coal had to be hauled to the Schaesberg station by horse and carriage. In 1906 the mine was in full production as the railways to Heerlen were finished. This railway was also used by the Staatsmijn Wilhelmina. Until its closure, a total of 34,065,000 tons of coal were brought to the surface. The highest production was reached in 1930 with 687,000 tonnes. In the last year that the mine was still in production (1970) 506,000 tonnes were won.Show on map
Mijn Oranje Nassau IVThe Oranje Nassau IV (located in Heerlerheide, Heerlen), the last and smallest mine exploited by the Oranje Nassau Mijnen, started its life as a ventilation shaft for Oranje Nassau III. In 1910 the construction of a mine shaft was started. However the construction was halted and only reassumed in 1919. In 1927 the mine became operational. Underground, the mine was connect to the Oranje Nassau III and, for safety reasons, also the Staatsmijn Hendrik. In 1966 it became the first of the Oranje Nassau mines to close; however, via Oranje Nassau III mining activities continued till 1973.Show on map
Station Mook-MolenhoekMook-Molenhoek is a railway station in the southeastern Netherlands, in Molenhoek. The station originally opened on 1 June 1883 and is located on the Maaslijn (Nijmegen - Venlo). The station closed between 15 May 1938 and 15 May 1940 and finally closed on 1 October 1940. The station was re-opened on 6 May 2009. The services are currently operated by Veolia. The station first opened as Mook, but in 1891 was renamed Mook-Middelaar and in 2009 was called Mook-Molenhoek. The original station had a station building, but this was demolished in 1975 and has not been replaced.Show on map
Station VenloVenlo is the railway station for the city of Venlo in the province of Limburg, Netherlands. It is situated on the Maastricht–Venlo railway, the Viersen–Venlo railway, the Venlo–Eindhoven railway and the Nijmegen–Venlo railway. The first station in Venlo was opened on November 21, 1865. The current building dates from 1958 and is a typical Dutch station of the post-war era, featuring a clock tower and a large canopy spanning the front of the station. There is a bus station for regional and city buses in front of the station, as well as a car park.Show on map
Station Kerkrade CentrumKerkrade Centrum is a railway station located in Kerkrade, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1933 and is the last station on the Heuvellandlijn (Maastricht - Kerkrade). The train services are operated by Veolia. The station is about 200m north of the German border. The station is also served by the steam train ZLSM which operates to Schin op Geul and Simpelveld as well as into Germany. This operates Wednesdays and Sundays from May to September and Thursdays in July and August. The station closed to passengers in 1934 until 15 May 1949.Show on map
Maastricht Aachen AirportMaastricht Aachen Airport (IATA: MST, ICAO: EHBK) is a regional airport in Beek, Netherlands, located 5 NM (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) northeast of Maastricht and 15 NM (28 km; 17 mi) northwest of Aachen, Germany. It is the second-largest hub for cargo flights in the Netherlands. As of 2011, the airport had a passenger throughput of 360,000 and handled 92,500 tons of cargo. The Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC) of the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL) is also located at the airport.Show on map
Staatsmijn WilhelminaThe Staatsmijn Wilhelmina was the first and the smallest of the Dutch state owned mines. It produced coal for domestic use, as its near neighbours, the Laura Mine, Oranje Nassau II, Willem-Sophia, and Domaniale Mijn. The concession of the mine was bordered by the privately owned mines mentioned above. After a few decades the mine could not be extended sideways, so the only way to keep production up was going deeper, this in contrast to the large Emma, Hendrik and Maurits mines.Show on map
Kasteel EijsdenEijsden Castle (Dutch:Kasteel Eijsden) is a moated manor house with several farm buildings, a gatehouse and castle park, in Eijsden-Margraten, Limburg, Netherlands. The current castle was built in 1637 and is located next to the river Maas. The castle is a rijksmonument. Also other parts of the terrain are separately listed, making a total of 27 rijksmonuments. It is part of the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites, established in 1990 by the Department for Conservation.Show on map
Mijn Oranje Nassau IThe Oranje Nassau I was a Dutch coal mine located in Heerlen. The mine was in operation from 1899 until 1974. The Oranje Nassau I was the oldest and second largest of the four Oranje Nassau Mijnen-mines. Close to the mine there were several coal washing plants and a large electric power station. The mine dominated the skyline of Heerlen with its two tall chimneys nicknamed \"Lange Jan\" and \"Lange Lies\".Show on map
Station Geleen-LutteradeGeleen-Lutterade is a railway station located in Geleen and Lutterade, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. The station was originally called Geleen but later changed to Lutterade. The station received its current name in 1954.Show on map
Station LandgraafLandgraaf is a railway station in Landgraaf, Netherlands, situated near the district Schaesberg. Before 1986, it was called Schaesberg. The station was opened on 1 May 1896 and is located on the railway and the Heuvellandlijn (Maastricht - Kerkrade). The services are operated by Veolia and Deutsche Bahn.Show on map
Op de VrouweheideOp de Vrouweheide (English: On the Vrouweheide) is a windmill located on the Vrouwenheide just south of Ubachsberg, Voerendaal, in the Dutch province of Limburg. Build in 1858 as a tower mill, on an artificial hill, the windmill functioned as gristmill. The mill is a national monument (nr 37893) since 17 January 1967.Show on map
Station SittardSittard is a railway station located in Sittard, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway and the railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. All services from South Limburg to the north pass through Sittard.Show on map
Station RoermondRoermond is a railway station located in Roermond, Netherlands. The station was opened on 21 November 1865 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway and the Weert–Roermond railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen and Veolia. The station is the second busiest in Limburg.Show on map
Station WeertWeert is a railway station in Weert, Netherlands. The station is on the Eindhoven–Weert railway, Weert–Roermond railway and the Iron Rhine (Antwerp - Mönchengladbach). It was opened in 1879, the current building was built in 1913. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Abdij RolducRolduc is the name of a medieval abbey in Kerkrade, the Netherlands, which is now a Roman Catholic seminary and an affiliated conferencing center. The abbey is a rijksmonument. It is part of the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites, established in 1990 by the Department for Conservation.Show on map
Station Geleen OostGeleen Oost is a railway station located in Geleen, Netherlands. The station opened in 1896 and is located on the railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. Until December 2006 the Haarlem - Heerlen Intercity service called at this station.Show on map
Maastricht Railway StationMaastricht is a railway station located in Maastricht, Netherlands. It is the main railway station in Limburg's capital. It is the southern terminus of the Alkmaar — Maastricht intercity service. Additionally, NS, Veolia and the Belgian NMBS serve the station with local trains.Show on map
Station TegelenTegelen is a railway station in Tegelen, Netherlands. The station was opened on 21 November 1865 and was closed twice during World War II. The station is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway, which is also known as the Staatslijn E. The train services are operated by Veolia.Show on map
Station ValkenburgValkenburg is a railway station located in Valkenburg aan de Geul, Netherlands. The station was opened on 23 October 1853 and is located on the Maastricht–Aachen railway. The train services are operated by Veolia. The station building is the oldest in the Netherlands.Show on map
Station BlerickBlerick is a railway station located in Blerick, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1868 and is located on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway and the Nijmegen–Venlo railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen and Veolia. The station has four platforms.Show on map
Station Beek-ElslooBeek-Elsloo is a railway station located between the villages of Elsloo and Beek, in the Dutch municipality of Beek. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station SpaubeekSpaubeek is a railway station located in the village of Spaubeek, in the Dutch municipality of Beek. The station was opened on 1 May 1896 and is located on the railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Kasteel BethlehemBethlehem Castle is a castle in Maastricht, in the south of the Netherlands. It was built in the 12th century. It is one of the oldest castles in the Netherlands. Nowadays it serves as a hotel and as part of the Maastricht Hotel Management School.Show on map
Station ReuverReuver is a railway station located in Reuver, Netherlands. The station originally opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway on the section between Venlo and Roermond. The train services are currently operated by Veolia.Show on map
Kasteel ValkenburgValkenburg Castle is a ruined castle in Valkenburg aan de Geul, Netherlands. It is unique in the Netherlands by being the only castle in the country built on a Hill. The castle is listed in the top hundred of Dutch cultural monuments.Show on map
Station SusterenSusteren is a railway station in Susteren, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway, which is also known as the Staatslijn E. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station Klimmen-RansdaalKlimmen-Ransdaal is a railway station located in Ransdaal and is near Klimmen, The Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 March 1915 and is on the Heuvellandlijn (Maastricht - Kerkrade). The train service is operated by Veolia.Show on map
Station SwalmenSwalmen is a railway station in Swalmen, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway, which is also known as the Staatslijn E. The train services are operated by Veolia Transport.Show on map
Station NuthNuth is a railway station located in Nuth, Netherlands. The station was built in 1893 and opened in 1896. It is located on the railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station Horst-SevenumHorst-Sevenum is a railway station for Horst and Sevenum, The Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 October 1866 and is located on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station SchinnenSchinnen is a railway station located in Schinnen, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 May 1896 and is located on the railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station HoensbroekHoensbroek is a railway station located in Hoensbroek, The Netherlands. The station was opened in 1896 and is located on the railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station BundeBunde is a railway station located in Bunde, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway. The station is currently operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station EchtEcht is a railway station located in Echt, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1862 and is located on the Maastricht–Venlo railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Kasteel TerwormTer Worm or Terworm Castle (Dutch: Kasteel Terworm) is a castle located in the municipality of Heerlen, Limburg Province, Netherlands. The castle is part of the Terworm estate.Show on map
Station VenrayVenray is a railway station located in Venray, Netherlands. It is situated on the Nijmegen–Venlo railway. The train services are operated by Veolia.Show on map
Station VoerendaalVoerendaal is a railway station located in Voerendaal, Netherlands. The services are operated by Veolia.Show on map
Station Maastricht RandwyckMaastricht Randwyck also spelt Randwijck is a suburban railway station in Maastricht, Netherlands.Show on map
Station Eygelshoven MarktEygelshoven Markt is a railway station located in Eygelshoven, Netherlands.Show on map
Station Schin op GeulSchin op Geul is a railway station located in Schin op Geul, Netherlands.Show on map
Station MeerssenMeerssen is a railway station in Meerssen and near Rothem, Netherlands.Show on map
Station EygelshovenEygelshoven is a railway station located in Eygelshoven, Netherlands.Show on map
Station ChevremontChevremont is a railway station located in Kerkrade, Netherlands.Show on map
Station Heerlen de KisselHeerlen de Kissel is a railway station in Heerlen, Netherlands.Show on map
Station HeerlenHeerlen is a railway station located in Heerlen, Netherlands.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Limburg
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GeleenbeekThe Geleenbeek is a small river in Limburg, the Netherlands. Its source is near the village Benzenrade, part of the city of Heerlen. It flows generally northwest, along Nuth, Schinnen, Spaubeek, turns north at Geleen, flows through the centre of Sittard, and further north through Nieuwstadt until it flows into a branch of the Meuse at Stevensweert. Its Latin name is \"Glana\", which means \"bright brook\".Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Limburg
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Sint PietersbergMount Saint Peter (French: Montagne Saint-Pierre; Dutch: Sint-Pietersberg), also referred to as Caestert Plateau, is the northern part of a plateau running north to south between the valleys of the river Geer to the west, and the Meuse to the east. It runs from Maastricht in the Netherlands, through Riemst in Belgian Limburg almost to the city of Liège in Belgium, thus defining the topography of this border area between Flanders, Wallonia and the Netherlands. The name of the hill, as well as the nearby village and church of Sint Pieter and the fortress of Sint Pieter, refers to Saint Peter, one of the Twelve Apostles.Show on map
VaalserbergThe Vaalserberg is a hill with a height of 322.7 metres (1,059 ft) above NAP and the highest point in mainland Netherlands. The Vaalserberg is located in the province of Limburg, at the south-easternmost edge of the country, near the town of Vaals (for which it is named). After the Dutch possessions in the Caribbean were incorporated into the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg was replaced as the Netherlands' highest mountain by Mount Scenery.Show on map
CaubergThe Cauberg is a hill in Valkenburg aan de Geul, a town in the southern part of the Netherlands. The hill played an important role in the early development of tourism in Valkenburg. Today, several major tourist attractions are situated on or nearby Cauberg. The hill's fame is mainly due to the many cycling races and championships that were held here. The length of the climb is around 1200 m, with a maximum grade of 12%.Show on map
LeudalLeudal (Limburgish: Leudaal) is a municipality in the Dutch province of Limburg. It was formed on January 1, 2007 in a merger of the municipalities of Heythuysen, Haelen, Hunsel, and Roggel en Neer. The municipality contains the following population centres: \n* Baexem \n* Buggenum \n* Ell \n* Grathem \n* Haelen \n* Haler \n* Heibloem \n* Heythuysen \n* Horn \n* Hunsel \n* Ittervoort \n* Kelpen-Oler \n* Neer \n* Neeritter \n* Nunhem \n* RoggelShow on map