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Maastricht, known for the beautiful buildings, the nice, bourgondic ambiance, and the fact that it is inhabited by people who unlikely will stay longer than they have to.
Once upon a time there were some Romans who decided not to live in Rome anymore. Instead, they went up north and made founded some villages. At a certain point, it seemed convenient that there would also be a village with pont or bridge to cross the Meusse(to transport the weed). They called it Mosae Trajectum, or later called Maastricht.
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As the romans didn't want to stay longer than they had to, they left and Maastricht was left with leftover plebs who ran the city. Middle ages kicked in and the back plague was inevitable for the inhabitants. Luckily there was someone named Servatius, who decided that the black plague should leave and the people should be cured and left alone. A miracle happened and zapppppp, the black plague was gone and everyone was happy again. Especially Servatius, since he the church only spoke of him as a Saint from then on and named a couple of cool sights (like a church and the most inportant bridge) after him. Unfortunately, his fame brought him to Cockootown, where he spent his last days with professor Lockhart. No, Lockhart didn't stay in Mungo's for eternity, after a 5 year residency it was time to go, too.
While in some places in the World there's a gold rush, in Maastricht there is a resemblance called the Weed Rush. This is big demand for Weed to the point that foreigners or minors wait on every corner of the street to buy the shizzle. They will go to extreme lengths to get the golden goo.
Also, something that also minors try to get their hands on, is liquor. Whether it's about the beers or girly stuff, no one cares. Maastricht cares about beer. The Romans settled Maastricht at a very convenient place so close to two borders, because Maastrichtenaren (the inhabitants) are always in need of their beers, Belgian of German, either way.
As mentioned somewhere above, Maastricht has a few sights to be seen: namely the Sint Servaasbrug, where every now and then a crazy exboyfriend dumps his exgirlfriend in a coffin, the Vrijthof, the main square with all the cafe's and plenty of other sight like the museum and the theather. Maastricht is also famous for it's special teaching at the University. The method, problem based learning is way to find out in 5 minutes who's shy and who can't shut up.