- Abbey of Susteren
- Abdij van Susteren
- early 8th century as a Benedictine house for area missionaries
- c.890 as an house of secular canonesses
- destroyed by Vikings in 882
- suppressed in the late 18th century during the anti-Christian excesses that followed the French Revolution
Founded in Susteren, Limburg, Netherlands. Saint Amelberga of Susteren served as the first abbess of the re-built abbey. The only surviving structure of the hosue is the 11th-century church now known as Saint Amelberga‘s Basilica.