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"" ( or ; Limburgish (incl. ian) "Mestreech" ; French "Maëstricht" (archaic); Spanish "Mastrique" (archaic)) is a city and a municipality in the southern part of the Dutch province of Limburg, of which it is the capital. The city is situated on both sides of the Meuse river (Dutch: "Maas") in the south-eastern part of the Netherlands, on the Belgian border and near the German border. The city is part of the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion, a "Euregio" whose other main cities include Aachen, Germany and Hasselt and Liège in respectively Dutch-speaking and French-speaking Belgium. The municipality borders the Dutch municipalities of Meerssen to the north, Margraten in the east, Eijsden in the south, and the Belgian municipalities of Lanaken and Riemst, respectively, to the west and southwest.

Nowadays, is widely known as a centre of tradition, history and culture, and popular with tourists for shopping and recreation. It is the location for various educational, with some partial to fully anglophone, establishments including the University (including the University College ), the School of Management, parts of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences (including the Conservatory, Academy of Dramatic Arts and Hotelschool ) and a United World College. Consequently the city has a large international student population.


The city"s name is derived from Latin "Trajectum ad Mosam" or "Mosae Trajectum", meaning "Mosa-crossing", and refers to the bridge over the Meuse river built by the Romans during the reign of Augustus Caesar.

A resident of the city is referred to as a "enaar" in Dutch whilst in the local ian dialect as either a "Mestreechteneer" or the colloquial "Sjeng" (derived from the French name "Jean").

Oldest city of the Netherlands" disput

There is some discussion as to whether is the oldest city of the Netherlands: By some Nijmegen is considered to be the oldest maiy because it was the first settlement in the Netherlands to receive Roman city rights. never received Roman city rights but as a settlement it may be considerably older.

The claim is furthermore based on the city"s unbroken chain of habitation since Roman times. A large number of archeological finds confirms this. Nijmegen has a gap in its history: There is practically no evidence of habitation in the early Middle Ages.


A view of the public park in .
, church: Sint Servaasbasiliek
Paleolithic remains have been found to the west of , between 8,000 and 25,000 years old. Celts lived here at least 500 years before the Romans came, at a spot where the river Meuse was shallow and therefore easy to cross. The Romans later built a bridge and a large road to connect the capitals of the Nervians and Tungri, Bavay and Tongeren, with the capital of the Ubians, Cologne.

A 13th-century city-gate: the Helpoort or Hell"s Gate.

Saint Servatius was the first bishop of the Netherlands.
His tomb, in the crypt at the Basilica of Saint Servatius, is a favoured place of pilgrimage: Pope John Paul II visited it in 1985. The golden gilt shrine containing some of the saint"s relics is carried around the town every seven years. The city remained an early Christian bishopric until it lost this position to nearby Liège in the 8th century.

Middle Ages
In the early Middle Ages was part of the heartland of the Carolingian Empire. It later developed into a city of dual authority, a condominium (international law), with both the Prince-Bishopric of Liège and the Duchy of Brabant holding joint sovereignty over the city. It received city rights in 1204.

The role of the Dukes was occupied by the Dutch States General from 1632 onwards when the city was taken from the Spanish by Frederik Hendrik. The important strategic location of in the Dutch Republic resulted in an impressive array of fortifications around the city.

Bulwark of the Netherlands

The most famous Siege of occurred here during the month of June, 1673 as part of the Franco-Dutch War, because French battle supply lines were being threatened. During this siege, one of history"s most famous military engineers, Vauban, synthesized the methods of attacking strong places, in order to break down the fortifications surrounding . His introduction of a systematic approach by parallels resulted in a rapid breaching of the city"s fortifications. (This technique, in principle, has remained until the 20th century the standard method of attacking a .)

After the breaching of the fortifications occurred, Louis XIV"s troops started to surround the city of . Under the leadership of Captain-Lieutenant Charles de Batz de Castelmore, also known as Comte d"Artagnan, the historical basis for Alexandre Dumas" D"Artagnan Romances, the First Company of "Mousquetaires du Roi" prepared to storm a rampart located in front of one of the city"s gates. D"Artagnan was killed by a musket shot on 25 June 1673 during a night attack on the Tongerse Gate (this event was portrayed in Dumas" novel "The Vicomte de Bragelonne").

surrendered to French troops on 30 June. The French troops occupied the Dutch city from 1673 to 1678. It was subsequently restored to Dutch rule. The French again took the city in 1748 as part of the War of Austrian Succession, and again the city was restored to the Dutch that same year. The French would return once more in 1794, when they annexed the city to what would become the French Empire. became the capital of the French "département" of Meuse-Inférieure.

Part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Map of the Netherlands in 1843 after Belgian independence and retrocession of Limburg.
After the Napoleonic era, became a part of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1815 and the capital of the newly formed Province of Limburg. When the southern provinces sought independence from the North to form Belgium in 1830, the garrison in remained loyal to the Dutch king, though the surrounding countryside came under Belgian control. Arbitration by the Great Powers in 1831 awarded the city and the eastern part of Limburg, despite being geographically and culturally closer to Belgium, to the Netherlands and the rest to Belgium. The North and the South did not initially agree to this and it would not be until the 1839 Treaty of London that this arrangement became permanent.

Because of the resulting eccentric location often remained more focused on Belgium and Germany than on the rest of the Netherlands. Due to its proximity to the Walloon industrial basin, industrialised earlier than most of the Netherlands. It thus retained a distinct non-Dutch character until the First World War forced the city to look northwards.

20th century
The city did not escape World War II: it was quickly taken by the Nazi Germans on 10 May 1940 during the Battle of , but on 14 September 1944, was the first Dutch city to be liberated by allied forces.

The latter half of the century saw a decline of the traditional industries and a shift to more services-oriented economy. University was founded in 1976. In 1992, the treaty was negotiated and signed here, leading to the creation of the European Union and the Euro.Gnesotto, N. (1992). European union after Minsk and . "International Affairs". 68(2), 223-232.

21st century
In recent years, several international conferences were held in , like the OSCE-summit in 2003, and several other gatherings during the Dutch chairmanship of the European Union in 2004.

Under current mayor Gerd Leers, has launched a campaign against various drug-related problems. The popular and often-praised Leers instigated a controversial plan to move several of the coffee shops - where soft drugs can be purchased in limited quantities - from the center to locations on the outskirts of , in a bid to stop (foreign) buyers from entering the city and causing trouble.

However, the plan did not go down well with neighboring municipalities, who fear the problems may simply come their way. As of July 2008, it is uncertain if the so-called "coffee corner" will indeed be created on the periphery of , a determined mayor notwithstanding.

On a more positive note, large parts of the city center were thoroughly refurbished under Mayor Leers, including the area near the railway station, the Market Square, the "Entre Deux" shopping center and the "Maasboulevard". looks notably fresher as a result and more large-scale projects are underway, such as the redevelopment of the "Sphinx" and "Belvedère" areas.

Institutions and education

* Administration of the Dutch province of Limburg;
* Rijksarchief Limburg - archive of the province of Limburg;

Secondary education

* Bonnefantencollege
* International School
* Porta Mosana College
* Sint-Maartenscollege
* United World College - opened in September 2009 as the 13th UWC.

Tertiary education

* School of Management;
* University (Dutch: "Universiteit ") also including:
** University College
* Zuyd University of Applied Sciences (Dutch: "Hogeschool Zuyd", also has departments in Sittard and Heerlen) also including:
** Academy of Dramatic Arts (Dutch: "Toneelacademie ")
** Academy of Fine Arts (Dutch: "Academie Beeldende Kunsten ")
** Hotelschool
** Conservatory (Dutch: "Conservatorium ")

conomic aspec

Centre Céramique, the public library of .

Private companies settled in include:

* ENCI - cement industry
* Sappi - South African Pulp and Paper Industry
* Hewlett-Packard - previously Indigo, manufacturer of electronic data systems
* Vodafone - mobile phone company
* DHL - international express mail services
* Mercedes-Benz - customer contact center for Europe
* Pie Medical - manufacturer of medical equipment
* CardioTek - manufacturer of medical equipment for Cardiac electrophysiology procedures
* BioPartner Center - life sciences spin-off companies
* - nonprofit media center
*Eurocontrol - European Organisation for the Safety and Operation of European Airspace


The "Lang Grachtje" street in .

consists of over 40 neighbourhoods. These are in alphabetical order:

*Beatrixhaven, Belfort, Belvedère, Biesland, Binnenstad (the city centre), Borgharen, Boschpoort, Boschstraatkwartier, Bosscherveld, Brusselsepoort
*Caberg, Campagne, Céramique
*Daalhof, De Heeg
*Hazendans, Heer, Heugem, Heugemerveld
*Jekerdal, Jekerkwartier
*Malberg, Malpertuis, Mariaberg
*Scharn, Sint Maartenspoort, Sint Pieter, Statenkwartier
*Wittevrouwenveld, Wolder, Wyck, Wyckerpoort

Neighbourhoods have a number which corresponds to the postal code.

Amby, Borgharen, Heer, Itteren, Limmel, Oud-Caberg, Scharn, Sint Pieter and Wolder all used to be separate municipalities or villages until they were annexed by .


The municipal government of consists of a city council, a mayor and a number of aldermen. The city council, a 39-member legislative body directly elected for four years, appoints the aldermen on the basis of a coalition agreement between two or more parties after each election. The 2006 municipal elections in the Netherlands were, as often, dominated by national politics and led to a shift from right to left throughout the country. In , the traditional broad governing coalition of Christian Democrats (CDA), Labour (PvdA), Greens (GroenLinks) and Liberals (VVD) was replaced by a centre-left coalition of Labour, Christian Democrats and Greens. Two Labour aldermen were appointed, along with one Christian Democrat and one Green alderman. Due to internal disagreements, one of the VVD council members left the party in 2005 and formed a new liberal group in 2006 (Liberalen ). The other opposition parties in the current city council are the Socialist Party (SP), the Democrats (D66) and two local parties (Stadsbelangen and Seniorenpartij).

The aldermen and the mayor make up the executive branch of the municipal government. The mayor of is Gerd Leers, a Christian Democrat, who was appointed by the Crown, upon recommendation by the city council, for his second six-year term in 2008. Later that year, Leers was one of the candidates to become mayor of the city of Rotterdam. The city council, however, chose the former Amsterdam alderman Ahmed Aboutaleb to become Rotterdam"s next mayor.

One controversial issue which has characterized politics for years and which has also affected national and even international politics, is the city"s approach to soft drug policy. Under the pragmatic Drug policy of the Dutch soft drug policy, a policy of non-enforcement, individuals may buy and use cannabis under certain conditions from so-called "coffeeshops" (cannabis bars). , like many other border towns, has seen an growing influx of so-called "drug tourists", maiy young people from Belgium and France, who provide a large amount of revenue for the coffeeshops in the city centre. The city government, most notably mayor Leers, have been actively promoting drug policy reform in order to deal with its negative side effects.

Under one of the latest proposals, the so-called "CoffeeCorner" plan proposed by mayor Leers,, The New York Times, 20 August 2006. the city council unanimously voted in November 2008 to relocate most of its coffeeshops from the city centre to the outer limits of the municipality, where the sale and use of cannabis can more easily be monitored. The purpose of this plan is to reduce the effects of drug tourism on the city centre, such as parking problems as well as the more serious issue of the illegal sale of hard drugs by so-called "drug runners" in the vicinity of the coffeeshops. The CoffeeCorner plan, however, has met with fearce opposition from neighbouring municipalities and from the national government in the Netherlands, where the Christian Democrats take a notably more conservative approach to soft drugs than their local party and mayor. Bordering towns and the federal government in Belgium have also opposed the city"s policy, citing "s plan to move the coffeeshops towards the Belgian borders as a violation of European law. The plan has been the subject of various legal challenges and has not yet been carried out.


* In football, is represented by MVV (se Voetbal Vereniging), currently playing in the Dutch first division - which is actually the second for the top-level division is known as "Eredivisie" or Honorary division. MVV plays in the Geusselt stadium near the A2 motorway.

* is also home to the Wildcats, an American Football League team and member of the AFBN (American Football Bond Nederland).

* has been the traditional starting place of the annual Amstel Gold Race - the oy Dutch cycling classic - since 1998. From 1991 to 2002, the race also finished in , but since then the finale takes places on the Cauberg in Valkenburg.

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is maiy served by the A2 and the A79 motorways. The city can be reached from Brussels and Cologne in approximately 1 hour and from Amsterdam in about 2.5 hours.

The A2 motorway that runs through is heavily congested and increasingly causes air pollution in the urban area. A large tunnel currently being planned should solve these problems by 2016.

Due to the high number of visitors, parking in the city centre forms a major problem during weekends and bank holidays despite several large underground car parks. Parking fees are therefore deliberately kept high in order to incite visitors to use public transport or "park & ride" facilities further away from the centre.

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central station
The Dutch Railways serves both the main station of and a station located near the business and university district ( Randwyck Randwyck). A railway branch passes through that runs south to Liège, Belgium and north into the rest of The Netherlands, where it has a branch to Heerlen. The old westbound railway line going to Hasselt (Be), is currently being restored. As of June 2009, the Dutch part of this international line has been finished, with tests being conducted in July 2009. This line will also be Limburg"s first modern Tram-line. The Tram function (going through to Randwyck), will be opened in 2012.

Intercity trains to the city of Alkmaar or Schagen in the province of North-Holland connect directly with Eindhoven, Den Bosch, Utrecht, Amsterdam, and several other cities. Commuter trains furthermore cover the regional area, and an international intercity train connects with Liège and Brussels in Belgium.

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is served by nearby Aachen Airport - often known as "Beek" locally - with scheduled flights to Alicante, Girona, Pisa and popular holiday destinations (e.g. Turkey) during the summer season. The airport is located about 10 kilometres north of "s centre.

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has a river port on the Meuse river, and is connected with Belgium and the rest of the Netherlands through the Juliana Canal and the Zuid-Willemsvaart.

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Various buslines serve the vast majority of the city and its suburbs. The regional bus network furthermore stretches to most parts of South Limburg as well as to Hasselt, Tongeren and Liège in Belgium, and Aachen in Germany.

istances to other citie
These distances represent distances in a straight line and distances by e.g. road can subsequently deviate from these measurements.

* Liège 25.5 km. S
* Aachen 31.0 km. E
* Düsseldorf 86.2 km. NE
* Cologne 89.6 km. E
* Brussels 95.1 km. W
* Antwerp 97.8 km. NW
* Luxembourg City 141.4 km. SE
* Utrecht 142.4 km. NW
* Rotterdam 144.5 km. NW
* Amsterdam 175.1 km. NW
* Lille 186.3 km. W
* Frankfurt am Main 228.8 km. SE
* Paris 326.6 km. SW

Culture & tourism
vents & Festival

* Carnival "(Dutch: Carnaval, Limburgish and ian: Vastelaovend)" - a traditional 3-day festival in the southern part of the Netherlands (Feb/March).
* 11de van de 11de - the official start of the carnival season (November 11).
* KunstTour - an annual art festival.
* Amstel Gold Race - an annual large international cycling race with start in (April).
* TEFAF - The European Fine Art Fair is the world"s leading art and antiques fair (March).
* Preuvenemint - a large culinary event held on the Vrijthof square (August).
* Winterland - a winter-themed fun fair and Christmas market held on the Vrijthof square (December/January).
* Inkom - the traditional opening of the academic year and introduction for new students of University (August).
* s Mooiste - an annual running and walking event.
* Jazz - a jazz festival formerly known as Jeker Jazz.
* Jumping Indoor - an international concours hippique.
* André Rieu Vrijthof concerts- the famous violin player and orchestra director André Rieu traditionally gives a series of concerts on Vrijthof square (Summer).

Furthermore, the Exposition and Congress Centre (MECC) hosts many events throughout the year.

useums in

* Bonnefanten Museum - the foremost museum for old masters and contemporary fine art in the province of Limburg.
* Natuurhistorisch Museum - exhibits collections relating to geology, paleontology and the flora and fauna of Limburg.
* Spanish Government Museum - features several period rooms with 17th and 18th-century furnishings, silverwork, porcelain, pottery, glassware and so forth, and a collection of 17th and 18th-century Dutch paintings.
* Derlon Hotel Museum - a museum with Roman remains, uniquely preserved in the basement underneath a hotel.

ights of

is known for its picturesque squares, romantic streets, and historical buildings. The main sights include:

The Vrijthof square with Saint Servatius Basilica.

The Fortress of Sint Pieter on the hill of the same name.

The small Jeker river runs through the city.

* "City Fortifications", including:
** "Helpoort" - a 13th century town gate, the oldest in the Netherlands.
** "fragments of the first and second medieval city walls".
** "Hoge Fronten" (English: High Fronts) or "Linie van Du Moulin" - remnants of 17th-18th century fortifications with a number of well-preserved bastions and the early 19th century Fort Willem.
** "Casemates" - underground network of tunnels, built as sheltered emplacements for guns and cannons. These tunnels run for several miles underneath the city"s fortifications. Guided tours available.

* "Markt" - the Market Square was completely refurbished in 2006-2007 and is now virtually traffic free. Sights include:
** "town hall" - built in the 17th century by Pieter Post.
** Mosae Forum - a brandnew shopping centre and civic building designed by Jo Coenen and Bruno Albert. Included in Mosae Forum are MosaeGusto!, a 3.500 m² fine food market and Citroën Miniature Cars, the world"s largest exposition of Citroën miniature cars inside Mosae Forum parking garage .

* "Entre Deux" - a recently rebuilt shopping centre which has won several international awards. It includes a book store located inside a former Dominican church. In 2008 British newspaper The Guardian proclaimed this the world"s most beautiful bookshop.

* "Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe Plein" - picturesque tree-lined square with an abundance of pavement cafes. Sights:
** "Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Basilica" - 11th-century Basilica Minor.
** Derlon Museumkelder - a small museum in the basement of the hotel Derlon with maiy Roman remains.

* "the Inner City" - city centre and main shopping district, including Stokstraatkwartier, er Brugstraat, Grote and Kleine Staat, and Wolfstraat. is known for its cafés, pubs and restaurants.

* "Vrijthof" - the best-known square in the city. Sights:
** "Theater aan het Vrijthof" - main city theatre.
** "Sint-Servaas Basiliek" - Romanesque church of Saint Servatius.
** "Sint-Janskerk" - sandstone Gothic church dedicated to Saint John the Baptist with distinctive red tower.

* "Sint-Pietersberg" - a modest hill just South of the city, peaking at 171 metres above sea level. Sights:
**"Fort Sint-Pieter" - an 18th-century fully restored in 2008.
** "Grotten Sint-Pietersberg" (caves) - sandstone (marl) quarry with vast network of manmade tunnels. Guided tours available.
**"Ruine Lichtenberg" - a farmstead containing a ruined medieval castle keep.
**"D"n Observant" - artificial hilltop atop Sint-Pietersberg.

* "Bassin" - an old and completely restored inner harbour with restaurants and cafés.

* "Parks" - there are various parks in . The more interesting ones:
** "Stadspark" - the main public park on the West bank of the river.
** "Monsigneur Nolenspark" - extension of Stadspark with remnants of medieval city walls.
** "Aldenhofpark" - another extension of Stadspark with statue of d"Artagnan.
** "Charles Eykpark" - modern park between the public library and Bonnefantenmuseum on the East bank of the Meuse river
** "Griendpark" - modern park on the East bank of the river with iine-skating and skateboarding course.

The tourist information office (VVV) is located in the so-called "Dinghuis" - the 15th-century former town hall and law courts building at the intersection of Grote Staat and Kleine Staat.

ocal anthe
In 2002 the municipal government officially adopted a local anthem (Dutch: "s Volkslied", Limburgish (ian variant): "Mestreechs Volksleed") composed of lyrics in ian. The theme was originally written by Alfons Olterdissen (1865-1923) as finishing stanza of the ian opera "Trijn de Begijn" of 1910.

Natives of
:"See also People from "

* Jan Pieter Minckeleers (1748-1824) - scientist and inventor of coal gas lighting.
* Peter Debye (1884-1966) - Nobel prize winning chemist.
* Gerard Bergholtz (1939) - football player for MVV and the Netherlands
* André Rieu (1949) - violinist.
* Fred Rompelberg (1945) - cyclist and current holder of the World Speed Record Cycling.
* Sjeng Kerbusch (1947-1991) - behavior geneticist
* Benny Neyman (1951-2008) - singer.
* Maxime Verhagen (1956) - politician.
* Bram Moszkowicz (1960) - prominent Dutch lawyer.
* Boudewijn Zenden (1976) - football player.
* Ad Wijnands (1959) - cyclist, Tour de France stage winner
* Pieter van den Hoogenband (1978) - swimmer and triple Olympic champion.

nternational relation

win towns — Sister citie
is twinned with:
* Liège, Belgium
* Koblenz, Germany
* Rama, Nicaragua

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Image:_2008_City_Hall.jpg|City Hall
Image:_2008_City_Park_01.jpg|Public park
Image:_2008_City_Park_02.jpg|Public park
Image:_2008_OLV_Wall.jpg|Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe Embankment
Image: platz vor liebfrauenkirche.jpg|Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe Square
Image:_2008_Father_Vink_Tower.jpg|Father Vink Tower
Image:_2008_Hells_Gate.jpg|Hells Gate
Image:_2008_Jeker_River.jpg|Jeker river
Image:_2008_Lang_Grachtje.jpg|Lang Grachtje street
Image:_2008_Sint_Hilarius_Street.jpg|Saint Hilarius street
Image:_2008_Vrijthof_Saint_Servatius_Basilica.jpg|Vrijthof & Saint Servatius Basilica
Image:_2008_Saint_Servatius_Basilica.jpg|Saint Servatius Basilica
Image:St-servatius-basilica.jpg|Saint Servatius Basilica interior
Image:Sint Servaasbrug2.jpg|Saint Servatius Bridge
Image:_2008_Library.jpg|Public library
Image:_2008_Square_1992.jpg|Square 1992
Image:_neustadt.jpg|Square 1992
Image:Bonnefantenmuseum.jpg|Bonnefanten Museum
Image:_2008_Mosae_Forum.jpg|Mosae Forum
Image:_2008_High_Bridge.jpg|High Bridge
Image:_2008_Meuse_River.jpg|Meuse River
Image:, station.gif|Train station
Image:_2008_Sint_Pieter.jpg|Sint Pieter
Image:_2008_Fortress_Sint_Pieter_01.jpg|Fortress Sint Pieter
Image:_2008_Fortress_Sint_Pieter_02.jpg|Fortress Sint Pieter
Image:_2008_Lichtenberg.jpg|Lichtenberg estate
Image:_2008_Enci_Quarry.jpg|ENCI Quarry


xternal link

*, official site (Dutch)
*, official site (English)
* All you want to know about , esp. current projects like Entre-Deux and Mosae Forum
*, All about and the Region, in English
*, Region social network and community blog for visitors, students, professionals, locals and (potential) residents, in English
* - portal and community blog, esp. neighbourhood information and participation, in Dutch and s.

*, Dutch, English, French or German
*, 360° view of
*, pictures of

*, an article by H. Reuvers in Crossroads , 19 December 2006
*, an article by H. Reuvers in Crossroads, 31 January 2007

"Higher education and research"
* University
** Economic and social Research and training centre on Innovation and Technology - United Nation University
**Center for European Studies (CES)
*Zuyd University (University of Applied Sciences)
**Academie van Bouwkunst (Academy of Architecture)
**Conservatorium (Academy of Music)
**Toneelacademie (School of Dramatic Arts)
**Academie Beeldende Kunsten (Fine Arts School)
* Hogere Hotel School (higher hotel school)
* School of Management
*Jan van Eyck Academie (post-graduate art school)

"Resources for expatriates"
* English-language website for expatriates in , published by the
* a non profit international women"s organisation with over 200 members in South Limburg
* a non-profit organisation comprising expatriate and local parents living in and around

* Kickoff of the carnival days
* WebCAM Randwijck


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