Hoepertingen Castle

Hoepertingen, Belgium

The predecessor of Hoepertingen castle was mentioned in 1476. The current castle was built by Jan-Willem van Scharenberg in the 17th century and it was restored in Classicist style in 1763. The castle is a U-shaped building with a corner tower, which is a former keep.


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Hoepertingen, Belgium
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Founded: 17th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Belgium


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Bhupinder Singh Mehmad Pur (14 months ago)
Jelleke DRvr (2 years ago)
Abandoned castle. Being converted into a hotel.
Francine Mekers (2 years ago)
Once a former boarding school and monasteries...currently in disrepair...still located in a beautiful location...nice building...hopefully something useful will be done with it...and that many would benefit from it.. .
Annie roze Vandendyck (2 years ago)
Nice to walk, glad I went to have a look, just take the rest and take it all in ?
Gilbert Van Maele (5 years ago)
Calm environment; great to de-stress
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