Trompenburgh Estate
Trompenburgh Estate
Trompenburgh Estate
Trompenburgh Estate
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Trompenburgh Estate - 's-Graveland

N 52.2319571 / E 5.1230062

Trompenburgh Estate is one of the 100 most important monuments in Holland. The estate is named after the 17th-century admiral Maarten Tromp, who is known to be one of the most famous seafarers of the Golden Age. Trompenburgh Estate is surrounded by water and was built to resemble a ship. Tromp could see his guests arrive by water. The roof of his house was designed like a ship’s deck complete with railings and a watch out. From here he enjoyed views across the beautiful are of Gooi and the Zuiderzee. In fine weather, he could even see Amsterdam lying in the distance. A sight axis runs from the front to the rear of the house, and the building forms a formidable ensemble with the gardens. Today the house is used as office space, but group visits are possible at set times.

Trompenburgh Estate
Trompenburgh Estate
Trompenburgh Estate
Trompenburgh Estate

Country house Trompenburgh is only open a few Sundays for a guided tour.

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