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Land en Bosch was bought by Natuurmonumenten in December 2007, as mentioned in this earlier post. It is part of a large group of estates the organisation owns in ‘s-Graveland. Natuurmonumenten has since then been preparing the estate for public entrance (in parts of the garden). Most of that work has remained unseen, and will be in the near future, till Land en Bosch will be connected to a larger hiking route through the area.

One of the most prominent features of Land en Bosch is the Theekoepel, an 18th century pavilion near the main road. It is not specifically mentioned on their website as part of the plans, but it is currently being restored.

I’m curious to see the result.

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