a “mysterious” round house

March 19, 2013 — Leave a comment

Built sometime around 1904, torn down in 1967, the Round House (Ronde Huis) of Nunspeet, in the Netherlands, is a source of mystery. A recent book about the house mixes prostitutes, occult rituals, Germanic symbols, wealthy industrialists and royalty.

Nearly a half-century after its demolition, the house now has its own Twitter account, one that is no doubt quite interesting if you understand Dutch.

The peacock is a nice touch –

round house, netherlands


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