Assumburg Castle (Slot Assumburg) dates originally from the 13th century, but it was rebuilt in 1546. Since them it has been only a residence for several noble families due thin walls were not planned for defensive purposes. Since 1867 it was abandoned until 1911 and almost ruined. Today Assumburg and its gardens are restored and open to the public.

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Founded: 1546
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands

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Herbert van Hoogdalem (15 months ago)
Excellent value for money! Fantastic atmosphere. Good food.
Olavo Jose Cecchini Tavares (2 years ago)
Very good place... nice view.... calm... perfect crew
Mariska van Bunderen (2 years ago)
Amazing Place. LOVELY People, great service, beautiful place.
Aurelia Mariolka (2 years ago)
Garden is really nice. I like it.
Lucas Walter (3 years ago)
Decent stay. Good price for service. But do not expect luxury.
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