Moersbergen Castle

Doorn, Netherlands

Moersbergen Castle was built in the 14th century, but it was first mentionedi n 1435. Since the 16th century it has been rebuilt several times. In 1927 it was restored to the 18th century style. Today Moersbergen is a private residence.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands

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Maurice Fernandes Mendes (13 months ago)
Veel kleine bedrijven zijn hier gevestigd, goede bereikbsarheid, mooie locatie en ruime parkeerplaatsen.
Bert Boelhouwer Coaching (2 years ago)
Kleinschalig natuurgebied echter ..... klein maar fijn! Uitgezette wandeling maar je kunt ook zelf lekker rondzwerven. Veel vogelsoorten (let op het tromgeroffel van de dpechten) maar ook een grote kans om een ree of eekhoorn te spotten.
Jeffrey Korporaal (2 years ago)
Er loopt iemand rond met 3 grote honden en mensen weg te jagen. Ik ga in ieder geval aangifte doen van bedreiging! Deze man is hier blijkbaar opzichter of iets en vond het nodig mij te dreigen met zijn honden. Ik stond niet eens een minuut stil en was gewoon nieuwsgierig naar dat gebouw in het bos. Ik snap de positieve reviews dan ook echt niet.
Tom Plat (2 years ago)
Zolang de honden aangelijnd zijn een geweldig wandelgebied
Fons Drost (2 years ago)
Naturistic beauty
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