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Derlon Museum Cellar

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Derlon Museum Cellar

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Onze Lieve Vrouweplein 6, 6211 HD Maastricht The Netherlands
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Maastricht Station12 min
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Knockknockxx wrote a review Dec 2019
Lasne, Belgium103 contributions5 helpful votes
It only takes a few minutes to surprise someone,... And this is how to do it. Old Rome at your feet. This truly shows you vividly why Maastricht is the oldest city of the Netherlands.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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SuperCubs wrote a review Jul 2017
The Netherlands133 contributions25 helpful votes
We heard about Roman ruins in Maastricht and began researching the history of the city. It's recommended you do the same before visiting. The Romans chose to build a road through Maastricht to Cologne and a fortress and temple along the West side of the river. The Derlon cellar includes sections of the road, an old well, artifacts found from the site, including parts of a statue. The site extends under more buildings in the neighborhood, this is the only spot we know if that you can see some of the original and reconstructions. The Derlon owner decided to preserve this site. You can visit for free on Sundays, 1200-1600. Other times you can make a reservation to eat with history.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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W3699OPinfo wrote a review May 2017
Houten, The Netherlands3 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful cellar, nicely renovated and restored by Benoit Wesley, the owner of Hotel Derlon. Nice to see and have breakfast in the cellar
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Hunter Lily R wrote a review Apr 2017
Glasgow, United Kingdom41 contributions15 helpful votes
My boyfriend loved this because he's a Roman history buff; I enjoyed it as well but definitely wasn't as excited about it as he was. Cool to take a look at, doesn't take long and is interesting. Free entrance so if you have the time pop in and take a look!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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BettineFlesseman wrote a review Feb 2017
Maastricht, The Netherlands105 contributions22 helpful votes
Very interesting and comprehensive Cellar, with old remnants of the Roman times, like a well and the oldest little cobble stone street of town. On the wall you can see a cut~through of all the layers since many ages, displaying fires, etc. Lots of well preserved remnants of old times.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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