Bosrijk is an area of 5.5 square kilometers in the Belgian province of Limburg. It is a complex composed of an ethnographic open-air museum, a botanical garden and the largest playground in Flanders.
Many buildingson the territory of the museum have been recreated, to show the life of the rural inhabitants of Flanders in the Middle Ages. In many of these buildings, a life indistinguishable from the one that was in these areas centuries ago, still goes on.
In total, the museum has about 30,000 items of storage, the oldest of which date back to the 16th century.
The museum allows you to literally touch the history and see what the ancient crafts were like.
From time to time, actors dressed in historical costumesare involved. There is also a shop where you can taste the delicacies, cooked according to old recipes.
Every year a theme is chosen, which determines what the main events and exhibitions of the museum will be devoted to. Like that, 2014 was devoted to forgotten products and recipes, 2015 – to traditional festive dishes.
Bosrjik is an ideal place to have a good time, especially if you’re traveling with children.
After visiting the museum we will go to the Dutch city of Maastricht.
Although Maastricht is a small city, its atmosphere is almost metropolitan – and international. The city is rich in culture, history, monuments, folklore and traditions.
Every year, more than 2.6 million tourists visit Maastricht. Its not surprising: location on the river Maas, its ancient history and the ancient center with almost 1500 monuments, its large squares, 400 cafes, and chic restaurants and boutiques – all of it is certainly attractive.
Maastricht has no deficit in epithets: the oldest city in the Netherlands, the city of monuments, the city of the first bishop, the oldest industrial city, the city of shopping, the city of student and the most cozy city of the Netherlands.
Come visit this fabulous city on the river Maas!
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