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Kruisherenhotel, A designhotel in the centre of Maastricht:: first floor of main space
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Het Kruisherenhotel in Maastricht is een designhotel dat in 2005 de deuren opende. Daarvoor is het o.a. gebruikt als klooster, als opslagplaats voor munitie en als bakkerij voor het leger.

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