The St. Matthiaskerk originates from the 14th century, with several parts added in the following centuries. As is very usual in this part of the country, most of the church is constructed using marl from one of the nearby marl pits. Unfortunately apart from the tower little of the church exterior is visible.
There is a wonderful old Twelth Century church just off the market square in Maastricht. If you like old churches this is worth looking at. It is very dark inside but the atmosphere is awesome
Located at the Vrijthof, which is the city's main square, the basilica was inaugurated during the 11th century, after several changes made since the year 550 AD
This is a nice neo-Gothic church, an early work of famous architect P.J.H. Cuypers. It was built in 1856-1858 and stands on the east-side of the river Maas, in a part of the town called Wijck.