St.-Janskerk (St John)
This Gothic church, protestant since the seizing of Maastricht by Frederick-Henry in 1632, was built in the 12C by the canons of St-Servais to serve the parish church. It was topped in the 15C by a 70m high tower, decorated in the Utrecht style.
Address :Henri van Veldekeplein
Easter-Oct: 11am-4pm - closed Sun
Nearby tourist attractions
This is the largest square in the town.
It was in this 16C building that William
These bunkers belonged to a system of
You must have a stroll down this street:
This "hell's gate", flanked by two round
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