Category:Buitenrust (Hessenhof), The Hague

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Scheveningseweg, The Hague, the Netherlands, House Buitenrust, originally named Hessenhof. It was erected by Landgrave Philip of Hesse-Philippsthal early 18th century. In the nineteenth century it was inhabited by the queen dowager Anna Pavlovna Romanova, daughter of the Tsar of Russia and widow of King William II of the Netherlands. It was demolished to make room for the construction of the Peace Palace.

Buitenrust House 
Estate near The Hague
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Instance ofestate,
buitenplaats,
palace
Location The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands
Located at street address
  • Scheveningseweg
Architectural style
Architect
Owned by
  • Pieter Locquet (–1783)
Inception
  • 1708
52° 05′ 16.08″ N, 4° 17′ 45.53″ E
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