A monument hidden in the woods built in 1938 as a getaway for a Dutch museum curator.
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A gorgeous monument in the middle of the gorgeous woods of Lage Vuursche, this tower was built in 1938 by famed architect Jan Rebel as a getaway for D.P.R.A. Bouvy, president and curator of the Archbishop’s Museum in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Very few people actually know of the existence of this place.
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No access by car. Access walking or by bike only. Open only during monument day(s). It is located next to the Hilversum golf course.
June 11, 2016
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