Huis Doorn owes its fame to the former German emperor Wilhelm II. Wilhelm fleed after the German defeat in World War I to the neutral Netherlands and occupied this estate on the Utrechtse Heuvelrug from 1920 until his death in 1941. All objects in the house can be seen in the collection database . Huis Doorn was originally a moated castle dating from the fourteenth century. At the end of the eighteenth century was it transformed into an elegant country estate. The interior of Huis Doorn comes from imperial palaces in Berlin and Potsdam.This imperial residence in exile is now a museum. The house has three floors and 12 rooms which are all accessible during the guided tour .
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