Allersmaborg

Ezinge, Netherlands

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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Annet Folkerts (16 months ago)
Just a stop while cycling. walked around. Couldn't have a coffee anywhere right now no problem. It is very beautiful beautiful fruit trees.
Susan de Winter (20 months ago)
Tijdens een wandeling vanuit Feerwerd langs Allersmaborg gelopen. Allersma is een streekje tussen Ezinge en Aduarderzijl
Gerrit Lacroix (2 years ago)
Super.
George Bontjer (2 years ago)
Unexpected gem. Didn't know this deposit.
J. Postma (2 years ago)
Comes a bit messy to me about deposit grounds and Appelhof. Deferred maintenance?
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