Groenenberg Castle

front view of castle near Brussels

Castles in Europe

restored castle with tower

Groenenberg Castle was commissioned by notary Charles Claes around 1900. During World War II, the castle was heavily damaged and was left uninhabitable. In 1981, the Flemish government bought the castle and the park around it. Groenenberg Castle was beautifully restored together with the English landscape garden.

The estate is open all year round, the castle is not open for visitors but can be used for events or meetings.

Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

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Trotter said...

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