Close to Maastricht, these huge quarries are located at the belgian border between Belgium and Netherlands. They are said to date from Roman times.
Freestone and limestone were extracted there.
Nowadays a large industrial open-cast quarry is still working a little further at the same place, but apparently the quarries are protected and the huge galleries will remain intact.
They are a really nice place to visit: easy access, high ceilings, clean and wide spaces, not too much tags. But as Forbidden-Places crew is not expert in artificial underground cavities, we leave this exploration to others who will document it with much more talent!
Caestert heeft wel degelijk een Romeinse oorsprong. Alleem vrijmetselaars ontkennen dit.
Men spreekt niet van een romeinse afkomst , maar van een bepaalde periode
Ther is a ghost activity on this place. I noticed a ghost behind the girl "under the archway (pgoto)" and the mist with orb or ghost spirit on the last picture of forbidden-places.de/
The breadoven as you say is a tomb. For sure one woman was burried there. The tombstone is at a museum in Lanaye.
Caestert heeft geen romeinse oorsprong.
Been in that area too. It's not really forbidden; many of these places are easy accessible without fences or walls at the entrances. It's awsome to go and explore the huge caves, unfortunately I need a better camera to make some really cool pictures.
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