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Liberation route Europe Limburg

The Liberation Route in Limburg is part of the Liberation Route Europe.

What is the Liberation Route?

Liberation Route Europe is an ever-expanding international memorial route that connects important milestones in modern European history. The route links the most important regions during the advance of the Western Allies from the south of England to the beaches of Normandy, the Belgian Ardennes, Brabant, Limburg, Arnhem, Nijmegen, the Hürtgenwald and Berlin. The route continues to the Polish city of Gdańsk, where almost two generations later a democratic revolution was launched to end the separation from Europe.

What can I do with the Liberation Route?

The Liberation Route lets you experience what happened in 1944 and 1945 in the Netherlands and the German border region. At more than 100 locations in the area, there are boulders with information panels, the so-called listening places. At each listening location, you can listen to a radio play about the impressive experiences of one or more people during the final years of the war. You can download the stories of these places for free via (also for mobile internet users).

Do you want all the information of the Liberation Route Europe on your smartphone?

Then download the Liberation Route Europe app! The app is available for iPhone and Android and offers direct access to storylines, places of interest, historical events, biographies and much more, including historical photographs, audio stories and videos.

Where can I find the listening locations in Limburg?

The Liberation Route is not a ready-made route. Depending on your interests, you can put together your own walking route, cycle route, bus route or car route along the listening locations of your choice. Below is a link to an overview of all the listening places in Limburg. All radio plays, listening places, route suggestions, arrangements and events can be found at

The Liberation Song

Listen to the clip of the Liberation song: 'You may not forget'.

Shipping cemetery of Maasbracht

Shipyard of Maasbracht 26 min.

Back to the Place

In Back to the Places, primary school children go in search of traces and stories that the Second World War left behind in their own surroundings. Together with older people, the children of the time, they return to the place where life changed forever during the Second World War.

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