4 Palaces to Explore in Netherlands

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Netherlands literally means 'lower countries' in reference to its low elevation and flat topography, with only about 50% of its land exceeding 1 metre (3 ft 3 in) above sea level, and nearly 17% falling below sea level. Most of the areas below sea level, known as polders, are the result of land reclamation that began in the 16th century.

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Palaces to Explore in Netherlands

Het Markiezenhof

The Markiezenhof is a late Gothic city ​​palace in the city of Bergen op Zoom , in the Dutch province of North Brabant . It was the residence of the lords and later the marquises of Bergen op Zoom. Exhibitions and events take place in the building. It houses a museum, where you can get acquainted with the way of life of the marquis . There are four period rooms , including the Henriëtte room and the Theodoor room with portraits of former marquises.

Huis Ten Bosch

This is a royal palace in The Hague, Netherlands. It is one of three official residences of the Dutch monarch; the two others being the Noordeinde Palace in The Hague and the Royal Palace in Amsterdam. It is one of the iconic attraction in this area and also there are so many things to see.

Noordeinde Palace

Noordeinde Palace is a royal palace in the Dutch city of The Hague , located at Noordeinde . It is the working palace of King Willem-Alexander . The complex is owned by the State of the Netherlands . Central government is responsible for the structural condition and layout.The palace originated as a medieval farmhouse, which was converted into a spacious residence by the steward of the States of Holland, Willem van de Goudt in 1533.

Royal Palace Amsterdam

The Royal Palace Amsterdam is King Willem-Alexander’s official reception palace. In addition, the Palace is open to visitors as much as possible. The Palace is the largest and most prestigious building from the seventeenth century, making it one of The Netherlands’ most important monuments.The palace was built as a city hall during the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century. The building became the royal palace of King Louis Napoleon and later of the Dutch Royal House.

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