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Castle Beusdael Sippenaeken

beusdael 1 siteCastle Beusdael located in the village of Sippenaeken and surrounded by a moat, is characterized by three main parts: an imposing tower of the 13th century built of sandstone, 12 meters wide and up to 28 meters below the cornice, with thick walls 1.5 to 2.5 meters at the base and 6 levels, the main building in stone and bricks from the 16th century, and finally the neo-Gothic chapel of the late 19th century . To enter the castle, you cross a stone bridge, with a single arch, rebuilt in 1882.
It is classified since 29 March 1976.

The castle is not accessible.

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