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Limburg is one of the Netherlands’ 12 provinces. Situated between Belgium and Germany, the Region is dominated by borders. Long, tall Limburg has 351 km of borders with other countries and is connected to the rest of the Netherlands by just 113 km. It’s not surprising that Limburgians have traditionally looked further than the borders and have worked, studied or shopped in...

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Grenzenloos (Borderless) comic book

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Limburg definitively becoming part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, after the dissolution of the German Confederation. But the borders of our southernmost province have still been far from fixed since then, certainly in the minds of its inhabitants.

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Survey Internationals in Euregio

We would like to invite you to take part in a survey about the reasons for highly-skilled international migrants to come to live and/or work in Limburg (NL) or the Euregio Meuse-Rhine.

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Ironman Maastricht-Limburg

Welcome to Maastricht and to the third IRONMAN Maastricht-Limburg. The unique crossborder Ironman in the world.

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Mercedes-Benz Customer Assistance Center Maastricht welcomes 1.000 th employee

The Mercedes-Benz Customer Assistance Center (CAC) in Maastricht recently welcomed its 1.000th employee.

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BlueTea helps send Boeing into space virtually

[Ittervoort/Philadelphia, 28 June 2017] – BlueTea, a Dutch developer of modular 3D training simulations based in the Province of Limburg, will be helping Boeing (NYSE: BA) send the astronauts piloting its CST- 100 Starliner spacecraft into orbit. Boeing has contracted the firm to build a Virtual Reality system based on advanced Simulated Training technology and BlueTea’s own VirtualStudio® software. Thanks to this efficient system, astronauts can prepare for the unique challenges of their spaceflight while they still have both feet planted safely on Earth.

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At the cross-roads of the future of Europe

The success of regions lying along the EU’s 16,500 kilometers of soft internal borders show the EU’s success in fostering trade, labor movement and cultural exchange.

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Join in the discussion about Europe’s future

As a resident of the Euregio, would you like to join in the discussion about Europe’s future? Then take part in the Europe Calling! Citizens’ Summit on 6 May in the Provincial Government Buildings in Maastricht. During this event, you will be able to discuss the Europe you want for future generations with your neighbours, friends and other fellow residents.

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52 Amstel Gold Race weekend in Limburg

Foreword course director Leo van Vliet on the 52 edition.

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Winning design inspired by Limburg’s mining history

Swedish designer Anna Tuhus from Central Saint Martins London wins first Crossborder Design Contest

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