LIMBURG , thesouth-easternmost and smallest province of
See also:Holland, bounded N. by Gelderland, N.W. by
See also:North Brabant, S.W. by the Belgian province of Limburg, and S. by that of Liege, and E. by Germany . Its
See also:area is 85o sq. m., and its population in 1900 was 281,934 . It is watered by the Meuse (
See also:Maas) which forms
See also:part of its south-western boundary (with Belgium) and then flows through its
See also:northern portion, and by such tributaries as the Geul and Roer (
See also:Ruhr) . Its capital is
See also:Maastricht, which gives name to one of the two administrative districts into which it is divided, the other being
See also:Roermond .
PHILIPP VAN LIMBORCH (1633-1712)
LIMBURG CHRONICLE, or FESTI LIMPURGENSES
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