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It is home to the Maastricht Science Park and has a large student population. It is also home to the European Patent Office and various other international organisations. The historic centre of Maastricht, which includes parts of medieval fortifications, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993. In 2013 it was named 'Europe's most idyllic place' by The New York Times in an article titled "36 Hours in Europe: A Guide for Travelers". Although part of the Netherlands, Limburg regionally belongs to both Belgium and Germany; however, unlike its neighbour Hasselt (Belgium), Maastricht (Netherlands) does not have any official bilingual status at all but Dutch remains widely spoken there just like anywhere else in this province that borders with Germany where German language dominates over French one as well).