De Haar Castle (Holland)
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The castle De Haar (Dutch: Kasteel de Haar, a time: Het Huys te Haer) is a neo-Gothic castle of the Dutch village of Haarzuilens (municipality of Utrecht), dating back to the XIII - XIV century and rebuilt in its present form between 1892 and 1912 by architect Pierre Cuypers.
It is the largest castle in the Netherlands.
The building belonged to the family Van de Haar and Van Zuylen van Nijevelt, family - although the castle is now owned by the city of Utrecht - descendants live there during the month of September (the month in which the castle is closed to the public) .