The city Maastricht part I


Hello everyone!

I can believe that it’s almost December!
Finally a new blogpost! Maastricht is a lovely authentic city.

Maastricht offers many museums, churches, historical buildings, hidden alleys and spacious squares. You can find any form of architecture here.
In this blog I want to give you advice about what to see and about my favorite hotspots!


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Teylers museum Haarlem


Hello everyone!

Yesterday I did a visit to the Teylers museum in Haarlem. The museum is very close to the central station (like 10 minutes by walking). The Teylers Museum is the country’s oldest, dating from 1778. It’s a bit of a mixed bag, containing early inventions, fine art, old coins, geological specimens and a library. The building itself is as interesting and beautiful as the displays it holds. That is, unless you know what you’re looking for. Though started after he died, the museum is named after Pieter Teyler van der Hulst, a wealthy Haarlem manufacturer and banker.

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Roadtrip to München

img_389124 hours at the city München

München is the largest city in southern Germany and it is a very authentic city that reveals its character in all the little details. The first day I arrived at Marienplatz, Munich’s main square in the city center.

I was in Germany to give a presentation about  the juridical procedure of euthanasia. My aunt and uncle, cousins are living in München.

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Externsteine im Teutoburger Wald



A series of huge columns jutting out of the earth and soaring into the sky: the Externsteine rock formation is undoubtedly one of the most impressive natural monuments in the Teutoburg Forest region. Millions of years ago, these originally horizontal layers of rock were shifted into a vertical position and presumably owe their current extraordinary form to the action of water over millions of years and the friction of ice during the Ice Age.

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