dhc - forlinden

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • The Hague
  • 36.68 km (Approximately 02:09 u)
  • Cycling route 1189023
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dhc - forlinden

  • The Netherlands
  • South Holland
  • The Hague
  • 36.68 km (Approximately 02:09 u)
  • Cycling route 1189023

Directions

# Description Distance
den haag centraal (Toilet, 2595DB, The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
Landgoed Voorlinden (Landgoed Voorlinden, 2244 AG, Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands) 5.75 km
46
46 (2243EG, Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands) 7.69 km
44
44 (2244AG, Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands) 10.36 km
40
40 (2243GN, Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands) 12.37 km
41
41 (2242PJ, Wassenaar, South Holland, The Netherlands) 16.35 km

Sights

Landgoed Voorlinden

Landgoed Voorlinden 90
2244 AG Wassenaar
http://www.voorlinden.nl

Landgoed Voorlinden covers 40 hectares and the area is characterized by woods, water features and meadows. In 1584 the name 'Voorlinden' appears for the first time. In the period 1803-1835, a landscape-style park was created on this site, based on a design from 1804 by landscape architect Johan David Zocher Sr. and performed since 1834 by his son Jan David Zocher. In 1824 the house was bought by Mr. C.Th. Elout, then Minister of State.

Landgoed De Paauw

22
2242 CP Wassenaar

Huis De Paauw in Wassenaar was built around 1770 by order of Adriaan Pieter Twent, who was Minister of Water Management under Louis Napoleon. After his death, it was bought in 1838, together with the estates Raaphorst, Ter Horst and Backershagen, by Prince Frederik of the Netherlands (1797-1881), the brother of King Willem II. He had both the house and the gardens thoroughly modified. After his death, his daughter Marie De Paauw inherited and after her death in 1910 it passed into the hands of builders, who sold the large estate in parts.

Koninklijke Landgoederen De Horsten

Raaphorst
2245AD Wassenaar

The "Koninklijke Landgoederen de Horsten" have been together for more than 150 years and are 415 ha. They are the property of Princess Beatrix. De Horsten was created when Prince Frederik of the Netherlands bought and merged the three separate estates "Ter Horst", "Raaphorst" and "Eikenhorst" between 1836 and 1845 . (a Horst is a higher piece of (sandy) soil, whether or not planted or surrounded by trees)

Provided by:

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