Castle Rosendael, the former home of the counts and dukes of Guelders, dates back to 1616. The late-Middle Ages keep and much of the original interior and impressive furniture remains intact. An elaborate landscape park surrounds the castle, and in its water gardens are the famous trick fountains that have been delighting visitors for hundreds of years.
De Bedriegertjes, or “the tricksters” are mini fountains hidden in the cascade’s mosaic floor, which turn on and off unexpectedly so as to spray surprised visitors.
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