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  2. Huis Doorn - Wikipedia

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    Huis Doorn was first built in the 13th century. It was rebuilt in the 14th century, after it was destroyed. It was again rebuilt in the 19th century to its present-day form. The gardens were designed in the 19th century. After World War I, Wilhelm II bought the house, where he lived in exile from 1920 until his death in 1941.

  3. Museum Huis Doorn

    www.huisdoorn.nl/en/museum

    A pocket-size imperial court Museum Huis Doorn is the former residence of the last German Emperor Wilhelm II, who fled to the neutral Netherlands in 1918 after the German defeat in the First World War. Wilhelm lived here until his death in 1941.

  4. Opening hours: Tuesday till Sunday 13.00 - 17.00 Please purchase a ticket online prior to visiting Huis Doorn and the Pavilion 'the Netherlands in the First World War' (online are only combi tickets available). Cancellation of your reservation after purchase is not possible. It’s also possible to buy tickets at the ticketoffice.

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    • An Emperor & Empress in Exile at Huis Doorn in Doorn, The Netherlands
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  5. Museum Huis Doorn - Holland.com

    www.holland.com/.../utrecht/museum-huis-doorn.htm

    Museum Huis Doorn is a historic manor house and national museum located in the town of Doorn, in the province of Utrecht. With luxurious and unchanged early 20th-century interiors, the museum showcases the life of former German Kaiser Wilhelm II when he lived in the house. Go back in time and discover at how German Kaiser Wilhelm II lived in exile

  6. Huis Doorn – Doorn, Netherlands - Atlas Obscura

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    135 Huis Doorn GVR/cc by-sa 3.0 nl When Kaiser Wilhelm II fled Germany after the First World War, he came to the Netherlands. After a brief stay at the nearby Amerongen Castle, he settled at Huis...

  7. Huis Doorn

    www.huisdoorn.nl

    Deze 5-delige postcast serie vertelt het bijzondere verhaal van de laatste Duitse keizer Wilhelm II. Speciale aandacht is er voor zijn 21-jarige verblijf in het Nederlandse plaatsje Doorn. Wat bracht hem naar Nederland en hoe bracht hij zijn tijd hier door? Visitatierapport Museum Huis Doorn

  8. Huis Doorn - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)

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    Definitely for fans of European history and Royalty , Huis Doorn is simply a must see. Enjoy some nice food in the Orangerie near by . No 50 bus directly from Utrecht central station straight to Doorn Centrum. 5 minutes walk to the Huis , look out for road signs . Daily from 13.00 but not on Monday’s.

  9. Huis Doorn - The last residence of Kaiser Wilhelm II of ...

    www.wwiithenandnow.com/netherlands/huis-doorn

    Huis Doorn – The last residence of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany September 20, 2020 Erwin Jacobs In 1918 the First World War ended with the signing of the armistice in Compiègne, but Wilhelm II, the last emperor of Germany, also resigned and applied for asylum in the neutral Netherlands.

  10. The NETHERLANDS - Huis Doorn - The Kaiser's Exile

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    In the centre of the country, between the cities of Utrecht and Arnhem, we visit the village of Doorn. South-east of Doorn, just outside the village, lies the Country Estate, the Manor, and the Mausoleum of "Huis Doorn", site of exile of Kaiser Wilhelm II until 1942. The gate to the country estate of Huis Doorn.

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