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Zundert's House - From Rucphenseweg, Netherlands
Zundert's House - From Rucphenseweg, Netherlands
Zundert's House
­čôŹ From Rucphenseweg, Netherlands
Zundert's House is a national monument located in the picturesque village of Zundert in the Netherlands. Constructed in 1845, the building is a famous example of the Zundert School of architecture, featuring a mix of neoclassical and regional elements. The interior design pays tribute to the celebrated art movement of the same name, Zundert School of art, with soft pastel shades, whitewashed walls, and vivid floral designs. The main attraction is the grand staircase, modeled on the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. Visitors will also find a small chapel, a children's room, and a 60-square meter painting of Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece "The Good Samaritan". It is open for group tours, with a maximum group size of 35. Bring your camera for some unique shots of an old-fashioned Dutch farmhouse!

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