The Borderless Experience: The Drielandenpunt
The Three-Border Region in Vaals is the place where Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands meet. At a height of 323 m, it is also the highest point of the Netherlands, excluding the Caribbean states, which rightfully belong to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Three-Border Region is not just an important symbolic and geographical site, it also offers plenty of opportunities for fun and leisure. Within the same area, you can also follow hiking trails disappearing into the forest, and the many other minor attractions like the hedge maze, a playground, an observation tower and a few eateries.
While the thing that literally cements the Drielandenpunt on the map is the tripoint where the Dutch, German and Belgian borders meet, not many have known that between the year 1839 and 1919, there was actually a quadripoint here, with a fourth boundary for the tiny Belgian-Prussian condominium Neutral Moresnet. The marker post where the three lines meet dates to 1926, and close by there are three other markers, representing Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
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