St.-Pietersberg

Interesting
This hill lying between the Meuse Valley and the Geer Valley is known for its caves, the product of quarrying excavations since Roman times; the extracted marl stone was used for building works in Maastricht. Today, a network of galleries running for 200km survives, 12m high in places and decorated with charcoal drawings. The sedimentary rock offers up many fossils. Traces of habitation in the caves.

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Caves of Zonneberg
Caves of Zonneberg
These caves are very similar to the
60 minutes
Mergelgrotten: Noordelijk Gangenstelsel
Mergelgrotten: Noordelijk Gangenstelsel
During the Second World War, these caves
60 minutes
Fort St.-Pieter (Fort St Peter)
Fort St.-Pieter (Fort St Peter)
The interior of the fort is linked to
30 minutes
Walmuur (south ramparts of Maastricht)
Walmuur (south ramparts of Maastricht)
Still preserved to the south of the town
60 minutes
Bonnefantenmuseum
Bonnefantenmuseum
Visible from afar on account of its 28m
120 minutes
Maastricht Natural History Museum
Maastricht Natural History Museum
This museum focuses on the flora and
90 minutes
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Caves of Zonneberg
Caves of Zonneberg
These caves are very similar to the
60 minutes
Mergelgrotten: Noordelijk Gangenstelsel
Mergelgrotten: Noordelijk Gangenstelsel
During the Second World War, these caves
60 minutes
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