Doenrade (Dutch province of Limburg. Historically its name has also been spelled Dudenrode and Doenradt and was along a main trade route between Germany and southern Limburg. Until 1982 it was a part of the municipality of Oirsbeek but was transferred to the municipality of Schinnen. In 2019 that municipality merged with Onderbanken and Nuth to form Beekdaelen. It lies about 4 km southeast of Sittard and borders the town of Hillensberg to the north.) is a town in the southern
|• Total||4.68 km2 (1.81 sq mi)|
In 2010, Doenrade had 1,135 inhabitants. The area of the town is 4.6 km², and contained 460 households.
Doenrade Castle, which was built around 1117,[permanent dead link] is situated on the edge of the town and is a popular place to stay for tourists visiting Limburg as it has been turned into a hotel and restaurant. The towns rolling hills, bucolic pastureland, and historic buildings make it seems to visitors that they've stepped back in time.
- Municipality of Schinnen (28 August 2014). "History of Doenrade". Municipality of Schinnen. Archived from the original on 4 April 2015. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
- StraatInfo (2015). "Doenrade Population". StraatInfo. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
- Hupperetz, W.M.H. (2005), Castles in Limburg: Castles and Manors, Matrijs Publishing
- Municipality of Schinnen (28 August 2014). "Doenrade". Municipality of Schinnen. Archived from the original on 4 April 2015. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
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