Local namePrinsentuin
LocationGroningen, Netherlands

The Prinsentuin or, Prinsenhoftuin is a garden built in renaissance style that is located in Groningen, behind the Prinsenhof

This Garden consists of a rose garden, a herb garden, a part with berceaus and a sundial on the wall above the entrance.

The letters 'W' and 'A', the beginletters of stadtholder Willem Frederik of Nassau and his wife Countess Albertine Agnes of Nassau, are planted in the Prinsentuin to, using hedges.

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Address 1021 Turfsingel, Groningen 9712KM, Netherlands

Coordinates 53°13'16.875" N 6°34'8.182" E

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