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Nieuw-Amelisweerd - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Koningslaan 1, 3981 HD Bunnik, Netherlands

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About Nieuw-Amelisweerd

Nieuw-Amelisweerd, is a castle and knightly court town near Bunnik in the Dutch province of Utrecht . It is located in the current Amelisweerd estate. After changing owners several times, the property came into the possession of Hendrik van Utenhove in 1682, who had the medieval house demolished and built the current country house .In 1984 the house was restored by architect Dr EJ Hoogenberk on the initiative of the original squatters. The house is still inhabited today and has 17 apartments.


Attractions Near Nieuw-Amelisweerd

Amelisweerd
Amelisweerd0.28km from Nieuw-Amelisweerd

Oud-Amelisweerd is a country estate and knight 's court town near Bunnik in the Dutch province of Utrecht . Together with the coach house and the garden, it forms the Historic Buitenplaats Oud-Amelisweerd complex. Together with Nieuw-Amelisweerd it forms the Amelisweerd estates. It is one of the iconic attraction in this area and also there are so many things to see and do here.

Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd
Landhuis Oud Amelisweerd0.9km from Nieuw-Amelisweerd

Oud-Amelisweerd is a country estate and knight 's court town near Bunnik in the Dutch province of Utrecht . Together with the coach house and the garden, it forms the Historic Buitenplaats Oud-Amelisweerd complex. Together with Nieuw-Amelisweerd it forms the Amelisweerd estates.

Rhijnauwen
Rhijnauwen1.21km from Nieuw-Amelisweerd

Rhijnauwen is located on the right bank of the Kromme Rijn , approximately two kilometers west of the Utrecht town of Bunnik. The house is the center of a vast, much-visited estate , which can be walked along beautiful avenues. A youth hostel has been established in the country house since 1933 ; this is the oldest youth hostel in the Netherlands. Close to the youth hostel is Theehuis Rhijnauwen, one of the biggest attractions of the area.

Fort Rhijnauwen
Fort Rhijnauwen1.33km from Nieuw-Amelisweerd

Fort bij Rijnauwen is a Dutch fortress near the hamlet Rhijnauwen in the municipality of Bunnik. It is part of the New Dutch Waterline. With an area of ​​32 hectares , this is the largest fortress in the NHW. It was built in 1867 - 1869 as part of the forward line forts near Utrecht. This forward line served to close off the Houtense Vlakte. The fortress is built according to the modern polygonal system.

Waterliniemuseum Fort bij Vechten
Waterliniemuseum Fort bij Vechten1.46km from Nieuw-Amelisweerd

The Fort bij Vechten Waterliniemuseum in the Fort bij Vechten near Bunnik in Utrecht is a museum that was opened in 2015 and focuses on the defense of the Netherlands by means of water. The Waterline Museum consists of different parts. In the new part, realized in the sand body on the attack side of the bomb-proof barracks, is the interactive exhibition about the water lines Sterk Water. There are also exhibits in the original buildings of the fortress.

Rietveld Schröder House
Rietveld Schröder House1.75km from Nieuw-Amelisweerd

The Rietveld Schröder House is a residential house in the city of Utrecht designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1923-1924. The house has been completely designed in accordance with the ideas of the De Stijl art movement. Rietveld designed the house for Truus Schröder-Schräder , who lived there from January 1925 until her death in 1985. The house is located at 50 Prins Hendriklaan in the Wilhelmina Park area and can be viewed via a guided tour. It has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2000.

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Utrecht
Utrecht
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Utrecht is a province of the Netherlands. It is located in the centre of the country. It is home to a number of nature preserves, castles and bustling cities. With the region having such a rich and long history, there are many old cities and ancient buildings to explore. The city of Utrecht features a historic center with an old cathedral tower that dates back to the Middle Ages.

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