Golf in Limburg
South Limburg with the green countryside and the largest connected water sports area of the Netherlands with its lakes in Central Limburg, Noord-Limburg with the nature-rich land of Peel and Maas and fens in the Maasduinen. And dunes Of vast forest and heathland areas, swampy peat moorlands to high-and-dry set shifting sands and limestone plateaus. A unique combination of varied landscapes that Limburg is suitable for a variety of entertainment options.
The extensive cycle network, various (bicycle) ferries over the river and magnificent cross mountain bike trails, Limburg make a real cycling paradise! For the walker Limburg has a lot in store; next to nature reserves and sanctuaries there are plenty of marked trails you the most beautiful spots of Limburg show. The tourist attractions, excellent accommodations, friendly malls, extensive gastronomy and the typical hospitality of its inhabitants with their love for the good life, make Limburg an unforgettable experience for young and old!
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Netherlands American Memorial
The Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial is the only American military cemetery in the Netherlands. The cemetery site has a rich historical background, lying near the famous Cologne-Boulogne highway built by the Romans and used by Caesar during his campaign in that area. The highway was also used by Charlemagne, Charles V, Napoleon, and Kaiser Wilhelm II. In May 1940 Hitler's legions advanced over the route of the old Roman highway, overwhelming the Low Countries. In September 1944, German troops once more used the highway for their withdrawal from the countries occupied for four years.
The cemetery's tall memorial tower can be seen before reaching the site, which covers 65.5 acres. From the cemetery entrance visitors are led to the Court of Honor with its pool reflecting the tower. At the base of the tower facing the reflecting pool is a statue representing a mother grieving her lost son. To the right and left, respectively, are the visitor building and the map room containing three large, engraved operations maps with texts depicting the military operations of the American armed forces. Stretching along the sides of the court are Tablets of the Missing on which are recorded 1,722 names. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified.
Within the tower is a chapel. The light fixture in the chapel and the altar candelabra and flower bowl were presented by the government of the Netherlands and by the local provincial administration. Beyond the tower is a burial area divided into 16 plots, where rest 8,301 of our military dead, their headstones set in long curves. A wide, tree-lined mall leads to the flagstaff that crowns the crest.
St. Pietersberg Caves
Do you dare go underground? Not afraid of the dark? Go exploring in the caves below the St. Pietersberg hill. No light, no sound, no radiation, no pollution, no mobile phone signal, no idea of time…
Through a labyrinth of corridors, a professional guide takes you underground to see the names and drawings of people who worked here every day a few hundred years ago. These so-called 'block breakers' were manual labourers cutting out blocks of marl.
The marl blocks were used to build houses, churches and castles – and marl is still used in construction today. Napoleon and the Duke of Alba saw these caves with their own eyes. Their names were once scratched into a cave wall. You can extend a visit to the caves with a visit to a unique spot:
national storage location no. 9, better known as 'the vault.' About 780 artworks, including Rembrandt’s Night Watch, were stored here until the end of the First World War!
GaiaZOO is a Dutch zoo located in Kerkrade. It opened in 2005 as GaiaPark with nor or less 80 different species. Anno 2014 the zoo hosts approximately 100 different species.
The Bisschopsmolen located in the heart of Maastricht. It is the oldest working water mill in the Netherlands. The mill has its own traditional bakery. Here we prove daily that bread baking is an art and that passion is the main ingredient for a delicious pastry.
Our guests can mill acquainted with the craft of the miller and see how we of the ancient wheat Kollenberger Spelt flour and flour making. In the Bisschopsmolen we also give guests the opportunity a bite to eat and monitor various activities. In the bakery, we also work with other ancient grains like Oats, Teff, Kamut, Quinoa, Bucket, Buckwheat. More information about these cereals and our recipes can be found on our website www.nieuwegranen.nl .
WE STAND FOR
We bake traditional way
The Maastricht Bisschopsmolen used in its bread only the best local produce and baked in the traditional way. But what exactly do we mean by "traditional"? "So bake Bisschopsmolen"
We understand our business
Want to artisan baking, you have to know what you do. For example, when a bread is kneaded well. Which ingredients you should use. Or how long should rise bread.
We take the time
The most traditional way to bake bread without yeast, and takes at least two days. Such breads we bake under the name desembroden. We also use the principle of leaven in combination with yeast in the loaves, and also does not look at an hour or more or less. For us to have a good product. That's a big difference from a factory, where every minute counts.
We do not use auxiliary materials
A factory of bread is ready. Within a few hours That can only add certain chemical auxiliary materials. We do not believe in. Because who knows well the difference between natural and unnatural E300 E301? Both mean Vitamin C or Ascorbic acid does.
We are honest
We can because we use no chemical additives, to tell you exactly what is in our breads and pies. Our labels are simple and not a list of E-numbers and other difficult terms.
We use our hands
No people hands only. On bread factory Superfast deegkneders and lines do the work. For simplicity. But only honest handicraft makes bread with character.
We work with spelled
Can be prepared really only using traditional methods. Bread 100% Kollenberger spelled And let us just say that finding the tastiest and best type of bread!
You can taste the difference
Hand-made baking trays with love. That love you taste in all our breads and pies. Therefore tastes a lot better than factory loaves.
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