Parc des trois pays - Espace ouvert sans frontières
Dreiländerpark - Offener Raum ohne Grenzen
Drielandenpark - Open Ruimte zonder Grenzen
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Established June 1993, Maastricht (Netherlands), when officially launched as MHAL Perspective, to explore the possibility of founding a region comprising the transborder urban conurbations of Maastricht (Netherlands)/Heerlen (Netherlands), Hasselt (Belgium)/Genk (Belgium), Aachen (Germany)/Liège. Facilitated with the aid of Benelux Union, which provided secretariat and translation facilities. Also referred to initially as Pays sans frontières.
Preserve and develop the (unbuilt) open area, especially the quality of the landscape, between and around the MHAL cities: Maastricht (Netherlands), Hasselt (Belgium), Heerlen (Netherlands), Aachen (Germany), Liège (Belgium); formulate a development strategy for the area; translate this into specific themes and cross-border implementation projects in the field of spatial planning, sustainable agriculture, landscape and nature management and (eco) tourism.Available with paid subscription only.
Knowledge management/information dissemination; networking/liaising.
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Dutch, French, German.
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Members in 4 countries
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