Het Loo Palace implies "The Woods Palace" and is arranged in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The royal residence is an assembling with symmetrical Dutch Baroque which was composed by Johan van Swieten and Jacob Roman. This lovely castle was manufactured between the years 1684 and 1686 for Mary II and King William III of England. Het Loo Palace headlines staggering arrangements particularly outlined by the celebrated internationally Claude Desgotz. From the 17th century till the demise of Queen Wilhelmina this royal residence was a home of the House of the well known Orange-Nassau. The remodel of the castle began in the years 1976 and proceeded until 1982.The castle was built as a state exhibition hall in the year 1984 and since is open for guests. The royal residence showcases different obsolescents of the royal residence that incorporate new furniture pieces, canvases and questions of the House of Orange-Nassau.
Het Loo Palace Netherlands