Allersmaborg manor castle dates from the 15th century. The three-winged building is surrounded by a moat. The northern wing dates from the 16th century and eastern wing from 1720. Today Allersmaborg is a conference center.



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Founded: 15th century
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Netherlands

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George Bontjer (4 months ago)
Unexpected gem. Didn't know this deposit.
J. Postma (6 months ago)
Comes a bit messy to me about deposit grounds and Appelhof. Deferred maintenance?
Simone de Vos (11 months ago)
Mooie plek om even een rondje te wandelen. Er is een boomgaard bij.
Gerben Homsma (11 months ago)
Some skilful maintenance will benefit the fruit trees, the NVP association can be of help.
Jurjen Nieboer (2 years ago)
Heel mooi, goed bewaard gebleven middeleeuwse Borg. Af-en-toe te bezoeken. Het Borgterein zelf is vrij toegankelijk. Het is gelegen in het Reitdiepgebied, een zeer bezienswaardig gebied.
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