Ewsum castle (borg) was first time mentioned in 1371. Today the oldest part is a turret tower built in 1472.



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Founded: 1472
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands

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Berend Brokkenpap (3 months ago)
Altijd een feestje om hier te zijn
Dirk van Impe (11 months ago)
Very nice place. Nice atmosphere! Friendly.
Niek Oost (11 months ago)
A wonderfully quiet place. Friendly staff and delicious fresh apple pie with apples from the own orchard.
Bram Hugo de Gruijter (12 months ago)
Superb location in the former treasure house on the Ewsum bail area where only the keep remains. Work project. Also exhibition space and shop and garden plant sales. Nice terrace and very beautiful gardens and animal park.
Daisy Berendes (3 years ago)
Heel gezellig! Goed personeel!
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