The Wall Neeritter

During the Eighty Years' War, Neeritter, a free village with its own jurisdiction and belonging directly to the Prince Bishop of Liège, suffered greatly from marauding bands of soldiers.

In 1584, the inhabitants built an earthen wall and a moat around the village for protection. Over the years, this wall lost its function. Around 1960, sewers were constructed and the moat filled in, the course of which is still clearly visible today.

Nearby

The distances mentioned below are the distances from the location above.

 
 
0,54km
Walking/hiking routes
 
2,12km
Walking/hiking routes
 
2,34km
Walking/hiking routes
 
2,34km
Cycle route
 
2,34km
Walking/hiking routes
 
2,35km
Walking/hiking routes
 
2,38km
Walking/hiking routes
 
2,42km
Cycle route
 
2,47km
Restaurant
 
2,49km
Café or pub
 
2,60km
Restaurant
 
2,62km
Walking/hiking routes
 
3,36km
Restaurant
 
4,54km
Walking/hiking routes
 
4,54km
Walking/hiking routes
 
4,55km
Cycle route
 
 
4,65km
Walking/hiking routes
 
4,71km
Restaurant
 
4,77km
Walking/hiking routes
 
4,77km
Cycle route
 
4,85km
Walking/hiking routes
 
4,88km
Restaurant
 
 
5,11km
Cycle route
 
5,11km
Cycle route
 
5,27km
Restaurant
 
5,35km
Walking/hiking routes
 
5,42km
Mill (partner)
 
 
5,44km
Restaurant
 
 
5,80km
Restaurant
 
5,80km
Cycle route
 
 
6,01km
Cycle route