Huis Ten Dijcken 3

Rijksmonument Huis Ten Dijcken ligt verscholen tussen de Canadese populieren en knotwilgen in Spaubeek op de grens tussen de gemeenten Beek en Schinnen in Zuid Limburg. Onlangs werd het u-vormige hoofdgebouw grondig gerestaureerd.

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