There are no mountain ranges and high peaks within Belgium, as this country is considered as “low-country” just like its neighbor Netherlands. Liege province is located a little further to the south towards Luxembourg and in the border of Germany where one can notice a sloping and slightly hilly feel to the region. The highest natural point within the city of Liege is the hills of the Citadelle, with only about 111 meters above the river Meuse. The Citadelle is a fortification first built during 10-11th century by the Romans, and has been reconstructed and modified many times as history passes. Today, it is just a reminder of Liege’s rich past and how important this city was in war times. A modern hospital complex now stands and encased within the remnants of the walls of the Citadelle.