Valkhof

This park is on the site of a residence built by Charlemagne which is called the "falcon's tower" because Louis the Debonair, the son of Charlemagne, used it to breed hunting falcons. The palace was rebuilt by the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa in the 12C and was destroyed in the 18C.

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St.-Maartenskapel (Chapel of St Martin)
St.-Maartenskapel (Chapel of St Martin)
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Nationaal Fiestmuseum Velorama
Nationaal Fiestmuseum Velorama
More than three hundred bicycles coming
St.-Nicolaaskapel (Chapel of St Nicholas)
St.-Nicolaaskapel (Chapel of St Nicholas)
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Museum Het Valkhof
Museum Het Valkhof
This museum is dedicated to the history,
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Belvedere
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