Princessehof Ceramics Museum

Local nameKeramiekmuseum Princessehof
LocationBinnenstad en Stationskwartier, Leeuwarden, Netherlands

The Princessehof Ceramics Museum is a museum of ceramics in the city of Leeuwarden in the Netherlands. The museum's name comes from one of two buildings in which it is housed: a small palace built in 1693 and later occupied by Marie Louise, dowager Princess of Orange. The other annexed building is the Papinga stins, a former stronghold from the 15th century. The museum buildings are of interest, and so are its collection of tiles, pottery, and ceramic sculpture.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princessehof_Ceramics_Museum

Official Website https://www.princessehof.nl/

Email info@princessehof.nl

Phone +31 (0)58 2 948 958

Address Grote Kerkstraat 11, 8911 Leeuwarden, The Netherlands

Coordinates 53°12'10.626" N 5°47'31.122" E

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