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Castle, fortress or country house in the heart of Limburg

Central Limburg has a wealth of wonderful castles, noble fortresses and attractive country houses dating from the Middle Ages.

Many of these imposing buildings have been preserved and can still be visited today.

Castle or country house

Imposante middeleeuwse burcht in het centrum van Bruggen.

Burcht Brüggen
Sightseeing

The present castle was founded in 1740 in the area of Julich. It was the residence and seat of the bailiff of Julich.

Burcht Wassenberg
Sightseeing

'De Thooren' is a unique tower which is rare in the Netherlands.

De Thooren
Sightseeing

Colonel Francois Bitot built on his in the year 1650 acquired property, the house 'De Tegelarije'.

Huis Tegelarije
Sightseeing

Estate 'Ravenburg' consists of a manor house and a farm complex with stables.

Huis Ravenburg
Sightseeing

Huize de Brias (The Manor), named after the family's Brias, who lived in the 18th century.

Huize Brias
Sightseeing

The first mention dates from 1212. In that mention they called the present castle Aldenghoor a fortified house owned by the gentlemen of 'Ghoor de Horne'.

Kasteel Aldenghoor
Sightseeing

The name 'Baexem' is first mentioned in a charter from June 1244. Recently there was an extraordinary discovery nearby the castle: a signet ring from the year 1293 from the knight Lenvalus from Baexem.

Kasteel Baexem
Castle or country house

Castle De Keverberg, the most modern castle in the Netherlands, a fantastic location for a day full of history, adventure and architecture. Book your ticket Online! Tap Orange Button!

Kasteel De Keverberg
Sightseeing

Exaten is both the name of an estate(141 acres) located southeast of Baexem, as of the castle on the estate.

Kasteel Exaten

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