Hardenbroek Castle was first time mentioned in 1331. The castle is a square form house built to the site of original keep maybe around 1260 by Gijsbert van Wulven. The present day appearance dates from the restorations made in 1694, 1762 and 1789. Today Hardenbroek is privately owned.

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twh12 said 7 years ago
This is the castle from which my family takes it name: Van Hardenbroek (just Hardenbrook in America). My family visited it in 1986 when you had to wander the roads of Holland to find such things. No google maps back then!


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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands

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HardenbrooksJr Family (3 years ago)
This is the castle from where comes my family name. Have visited twice. Beautiful estate, and wonderful history.
regina ellents (4 years ago)
Prachtig landgoed..Mooie fiets en wandel omgeving..
citron andrei (4 years ago)
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Maarten Wisse (7 years ago)
Een prachtig landgoed waar je, in tegenstelling wat elders op internet vermeld staat, overdag mag wandelen.
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