This post explores the iconography of the city centre of Maastricht. The photos seek to illustrate symbolism within everyday landscapes. This ranges from the rhythm of streetscapes, to religious symbols, contemporary billboards, and the symbols of order and control such as CCTV cameras.

IMG_5050Cafe Sjiek, Corner of Sint Pieterstraat and Begijnenstraat


IMG_5054Tafelstraat (II)

IMG_5057 Achter de Molens

IMG_5073 Achter de Molens (II)

IMG_5075 Meeting of Achter de Molens, Kapoenstraat and Witmakersstraat

IMG_5078 Laneway off Hondstraat

IMG_5080 Hondstraat looking towards Maastrichter Heidenstraat

IMG_5086 Minckelerstraat

IMG_5087 Cornder of Minckelerstraat and Achter het Vleeshuis

IMG_5098Corner of Boschstraat and Hochterpoort

IMG_5101 Corner of Achter de Barrakken and Boschstraat

IMG_5102 Boschstraat

 IMG_5105 Boschstraat (II)

IMG_5114Sint Catharinastraat


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