by Scott Mehl
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace, on Dam Square in Amsterdam, is the traditional senior palace of the Dutch Monarchy. One of three palaces at the Sovereign’s disposal, The Royal Palace is used for entertaining and official functions.
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Huis ten Bosch
The last of three palaces at the Sovereign’s disposal, Huis ten Bosch was the official residence of Queen Beatrix. King Willem-Alexander and his family will also use the palace as their primary residence.
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Het Loo House
Lage Vuursche, Baarn
Drakesteijn is a private residence owned by Queen Beatrix. She lived here from 1963 until 1981. Recent renovations increased speculation that the Queen plans to abdicate in favor of her son. It was announced that after her abdication in April 2013, Princess Beatrix will again take up residency at Drakesteijn.
Villa Rocco dei Dragoni