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A town hall cut in two by the border and thus located in two countries? That’s the town hall of Baarle-Hertog.
The main building was built by architect J. de Lint and was inaugurated in 1953.
In Baarle there is one house with two house numbers and hence two addresses: the Belgian number 2 and the Dutch number 19.
This 'Dutch church' has been the parish church of Baarle-Nassau since 1860.
War Memorial Miet Pauw is best known in Baarle for her resistance work for a pilot flight line in WWII.
In the centre of Baarle-Hertog-Nassau, directly opposite the border post, there is a plaque.
At the original location on the hamlet of Gel is a short strip of killing wire with twenty authentic and intact insulators.
Are you going to ride the Bels Line? Then be sure to stop at Weelde Station, where two exact copies of rafters have been placed.
The St. Bernard's Chapel of Ulicoten is an oasis of tranquillity.
This church in the Kempen Gothic style has a tower over 46 meters high which is equipped with a characteristic onion-shaped sphere and decorated with...
The St. Rumoldus church, in Gothic style, is adorned with beautiful stained-glass windows by the famous Kempen glaziers Jan Huet and Maria van Beek.
The St. Salvator Chapel is popularly known as the "Chapel of Nijhoven".
After 15 years of measuring the borders, in 1995 the enclave borders at some places appeared to be situated slightly different then was always assumed...
In Zondereigen, near the Belgian-Dutch border, the "De Dodendraad" peace monument was erected in 2008.
Reconstruction of the forty-meter-long central antenna mast of the wireless military transmitting and receiving station MN7.
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