D Orangerie

Address: Kleine Gracht 4, Maastricht, Limburg, 6211 CB, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Maastricht

    It gets better with age

    A travel blog entry by alliemtanner on Mar 09, 2015

    6 photos

    Joining the weekend commuters, I climb onto a train Friday after work. Bags in hand, I can barely contain my excitement; I am bound for Maastricht in the Netherlands.

    An hour later I am in a completely different place. If possible there are more bikes than in Flanders and I'm constantly leaping out of cyclists way.

    The city is beautiful and has a ridiculously long history. I had no ...

    ZIO Maastricht

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 10, 2014

    3 photos

    Presentation ZIO covering topics such as:

    • Primary care development
    • Funding and activities of ZIO
    • Blue Care concept
    Dr Guy Schulpen, Medical Director, ZIO Maastricht

    Programme at Primary Care Centre Scharn:

    Presentation on collaboration models Primary Care and Hospital Care


    Maastricht UMC+

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

    2 photos

    ... Professor in Internal Medicine, Head of Endocrinology

    10:45- 11:00

    Coffee Break

    11:00- 11:30

    Family Medicine in the Netherlands

    Prof. Dr Job Metsemakers, Professor in Cognitive Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, President of WONCA Europe


    Heart Failure Care

    Josiane Boyne, Research ...

    St Servatius Basilica

    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... chapel on the saint's grave was replaced by a large stone church built by bishop Monulph around 570. This church was replaced by a larger pilgrim church in the late 7th century, which was then replaced by the present-day structure, which was built in several stages over a period of more than 100 ...


    A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 09, 2014

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    Dating back to the 13th century, the structure was a Dominican church until Maastricht was invaded by Napoleon in 1794 and the group was forced out of the country. Since that point it has been briefly used as a parish, then a warehouse, then an archive, then a giant parking lot for bicycles (not such a terrible idea) and finally made over into a bookstore. ...