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  • 1 Grand-Place

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Grote-Markt B - 3680 Maaseik

    This vast square is lined with lime trees and 17C-18C houses whose narrow windows often have small lead-adorned panes. The north side Town Hall is housed in an 18C mansion. Note the statue of the Van Eyck brothers in the centre.

  • 2 Maaseik Museums (Musea Maaseik)

    Museums and art

    Lekkerstraat 5 B - 3680 Maaseik

    This complex encompasses two museums: the Regional Archaeology Museum, covering the region's archaeology and the town's history (prehistoric, Roman and medieval artefacts), and Belgium's oldest pharmacy, where the atmosphere of the past has been fait..

  • 3 Église Ste-Catherine

    Religious buildings

    Kerplein B - 3680 Maaseik

    The vestry of this 19C church houses a fine treasury containing items mainly from the old Aldeneik Abbey. Note St Harlinde's 8C gospel book, thought to be the oldest book in Belgium, and a 10C silver-gilt reliquary.

  • 4 Bosstraat

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bosstraat B - 3680 Maaseik

    This street is lined with old houses. Note the old brick De Verkeerde Wereld (The World in Reverse) House at n° 7 or half-timbered Medieval house on the corner of the Halstraat. Also, the house at n° 19 has a white façade (1620) projecting onto arche..

  • 5 Aldeneik Church

    Religious buildings

    Hamontweg B - 3680 Maaseik

    This former abbey church of a monastery founded by St Harlinde and St Relinde in the 8C was enlarged in the 12C, given a Gothic chancel in the 13C and restored in the 19C. It has retained its Romanesque central nave, adorned with murals, and Meroving..

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