Explore Mansions, Netherlands and more!

Explore related topics

Palace Het Loo & the Royal Domains

Palace Het Loo & the Royal Domains

HET LOO PALACE,  (NETHERLANDS).  One of the rooms.

HET LOO PALACE, (NETHERLANDS). One of the rooms.

Palace Het Loo, The Netherlands, interior.

Palace Het Loo, The Netherlands, interior.

Multi colored lantern at Het Loo Palace /// more on Interiorator.com

Royal Showpieces Shimmer and Shine at Paleis Het Loo - part 3

Multi colored lantern at Het Loo Palace /// more on Interiorator.com

Het Loo Palace is a palace in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The symmetrical Dutch Baroque building was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten and was built between 1684 and 1686 for stadtholder-king William III and Mary II of England. The garden was designed by Claude Desgotz. The palace was a residence of the House of Orange-Nassau from the 17th century until the death of Queen Wilhelmina in 1962. The building was renovated between 1976 and 1982. Since 1984, the palace is a state museum…

Het Loo Palace is a palace in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The symmetrical Dutch Baroque building was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten and was built between 1684 and 1686 for stadtholder-king William III and Mary II of England. The garden was designed by Claude Desgotz. The palace was a residence of the House of Orange-Nassau from the 17th century until the death of Queen Wilhelmina in 1962. The building was renovated between 1976 and 1982. Since 1984, the palace is a state museum open for the general public, showing interiors with original furniture, objects and paintings of the House of Orange-Nassau.The private "Great Garden" is situated in the back. This Dutch Baroque garden, often mislabeled the "Versailles of Holland", actually serves to show more differences than similarities. It is still within the general Baroque formula established by André Le Nôtre: perfect symmetry, axial layout with radiating gravel walks, parterres with fountains, basins and statues.

Het Loo Palace is a palace in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The symmetrical Dutch Baroque building was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten and was built between 1684 and 1686 for stadtholder-king William III and Mary II of England. The garden was designed by Claude Desgotz. The palace was a residence of the House of Orange-Nassau from the 17th century until the death of Queen Wilhelmina in 1962. The building was renovated between 1976 and 1982. Since 1984, the palace is a state museum…

Travel and Lifestyle Diaries Blog: Part Three of “Het Loo Palace”: The Palace

Travel and Lifestyle Diaries Blog: Part Three of “Het Loo Palace”: The Palace

Pinterest
Search