Maastricht

gemeente (municipality), southeastern Netherlands. It lies along the Maas (Meuse) River at the junction of the Juliana, Liège-Maastricht, and ... [4 related articles]
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Maastricht

Maastricht (mäs'trikht") , city (1994 pop. 118,102), capital of Limburg prov., SE Netherlands, on the Maas (Meuse) River and on the Albert Canal system. It is an important rail and river transportation point and an industrial center. Manufactures include plastic ware, ceramics, building...
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Maastricht

Industrial city and capital of Limburg province, the Netherlands, on the River Maas, near the Dutch-Belgian frontier; population (2006 est) 120,200. Industries include metallurgy, textiles, and pottery. Maastricht dates from Roman times. It was the site of the Maastricht summit (see Maastricht Treaty) in December 1991
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Maastricht

Town in SE Netherlands. Amendments to the Rome Treaty that were agreed in October 1992 were named after the town where the Treaty was formally signed.
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Maastricht

Maastricht (maːˈstʁɪçt (southern Dutch and locally) or 145 Maastricht.ogg (northern Dutch); Limburgish (incl. Maastrichtian): Mestreech məˈstʁeːç; French: Maestricht (archaic); Spanish: Mastrique (archaic)) is a town and a municipality in the Southeast of the European country the Netherlands. It is the capital city in the province of Lim...
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