Castle De Haar Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of the Castle De Haar. The castle is located in the Netherlands.

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dbnc2
Apr 22, 2016
I don't really care for castles
pixipixil
Feb 9, 2016
I have been in three castles -- Hammond's Castle, Casa Loma and
the Castle on Heart Island. The last two were lovely but the first was claustrophobic and depressing although it was in a gorgeous spot with wonderful gardens. This castle looks well kept but I would have liked a garden or some landscaping to set it off.
It is astounding how these places were built before the industrial age. I like the turrets and touches of color.
Wishing you all a home you love...even if it is only an apartment.
trynfindit
Feb 9, 2016
Hammond Castle looks like it would make an excellent setting for a ghost movie.
JamieT
Feb 10, 2016
I have have been in the Hohensalzburg Castle or Fortress in Salzburg, Austria. It's supposedly one of the largest medieval castles in Europe. Part of it was still in use in the early 1990's with a restaurant with a great view of Salzburg. One thing that I found interesting was how low the doorways were and how small the beds were. The people living there when it was built, were probably about 5 foot tall. The earliest part of the castle was built in the 11th century.

I've also been in the summer palace of the Hofburg's, the Schonbrunn Palace - a 1441 room palace - the tour shows you a few of the rooms, there's a zoo. It was where John F. Kennedy met Nikita Khrushchev in 1961.
pixipixil
Feb 10, 2016
What surprised me abuot the Hammond Castle was th terribly narrow spiral stair that led to some of the bedrooms. The inside--even the great hall that was quite large, was very dark and dismal.
aknan
Feb 10, 2016
JamieT, people in the Middle Ages up to the early 1900s slept in a more upright position than we do today. That's why the beds look shorter. Doorways were lower to provide more strength for the walls and ceilings, especially in the early centuries of castle building. People were shorter then, too - an average height for a man was about 5'5" or 5'6".
drawback
Feb 18, 2016
Hi,

There is another C4J puzzle of this Castle that gives a different view and aspect of it. To my mind, it is the better picture.
pixipixil
Feb 19, 2016
Actually I called it the casle on Heart Island which it is but the castle is named Bodt.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Feb 11, 2016
Castles are questionable for living spaces.
Snelly
Feb 9, 2016
This is so funny! I had to have my hubby come see as I thought I was losing my mind! I have this very puzzle on our dinning room table! Its at a different angle, with rose bushes at the front.
Small world at times! lol
JUDY2014
Feb 9, 2016
What are the odds on that!!!!!!!!
Snelly
Feb 10, 2016
I thought the odds were pretty good that I was losing my mind. lol
JUDY2014
Feb 10, 2016
Hahahaha thanks for the chuckle.
Genaya
Feb 10, 2016
Great Looking Castle and very nice to work on, would be great to do the large one of this, nice Photo.
JamieT
Feb 10, 2016
It's an interesting castle - when I was in Amsterdam, I didn't stay in a castle, but a hotel that used to be a prime minister's home in the early 1700's.
marine5153
Feb 9, 2016
OH, if these walls could TALK!
aussiesapphire
Feb 9, 2016
Love visiting a lot of the castles in Europe, but didn't get to this one.

"A man's home is his wife's castle." Alexander Chase

Sorry ladies lol

"The kitchen really is the castle itself. This is where we spend our happiest moments and where we find the joy of being a family."
Mario Batali

Good night dear friends and God bless. Hugs.
pixipixil
Feb 9, 2016
You sound more at peace today. Hope whatever it was worked out for you.
aussiesapphire
Feb 9, 2016
Thanks pixi, afraid it will be a long time before that happens, but working on it. Hugs.
pixipixil
Feb 9, 2016
Oh those kind of sorrows come and go like the tides.
I think we all have them. Keep busy on things that lift your spirits.
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