Maastricht, Huys on the Jeker The 82nd house, located in Maastricht and known locally as the 'Huys on the Jeker', was built sometime around 1665 on a bridge that spans the narrow Jeker River. The Huys on the Jeker was originally the home of the rector of the 'Grauwzusters', an order of Augustine nuns that lived in a convent behind the rector's house. The building is characteristic of Renaissance-period architecture in the Maas valley. The building now serves as a private residence.
KLM miniature number 82:
Maastricht, Huys on the Jeker The 82nd house, located in Maastricht and known locally as the 'Huys on the Jeker', was built sometime around 1665 on a bridge that spans the narrow Jeker River. The Huys on the Jeker was originally the home of the rector of the 'Grauwzusters', an order of Augustine nuns that lived in a convent behind the rector's house. The building is characteristic of Renaissance-period architecture in the Maas valley. The building now serves as a private residence.
 
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