During a walk through the Haagse Bos, see the Paleis Huis ten Bosch where King Willem-Alexander and his family will eventually live.
Paleis Huis ten Bosch is located in the Haagse Bos and serves as the 17th century country residence of the House Oranje-Nassau. The Palace is owned by the State and belongs to the top 100 of the State Heritage Service. Palace Huis ten Bosch was built in 1645 for governor Prince Frederick Hendrik and his wife Princess Amalia. During the Second World War, the building was severely damaged, but then completely renovated. Until 2014, Queen Beatrix lived in the palace. In time, King Willem-Alexander and his family will move into Paleis Huis ten Bosch. Where the palace and gardens used to be open to the public, this is no longer possible nowadays. You can visit the beautiful palace on a walk through the forest from the outside.
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