Rameyen Castle

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Rameyen Castle
Berlaar, Belgium
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OwnerMr. & Mrs. de Gruyter sice Nov. 2015 by Leo van Gansewinkel
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Rameyen Castle (Dutch: Hof van Rameyen) is a castle on a lake in Gestel [nl], part of the municipality of Berlaar, in the province of Antwerp, Belgium. It was once owned by Nicolaas Rubens, Lord of Rameyen, who died in the caste. Nicolaas was the second son of Peter Paul Rubens.

It was the property of the family of de Cock de Rameyen.

It has been renovated with a posted asking price of 17.5 million Euros. It was sold in November 2015 to Leo van Gansewinkel. He made his fortune with an international waste separation company which he sold for an estimate 800 Mio. Euro in 2007. He now lives partly in Switzerland and in Berlaar.

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Coordinates: 51°07′23″N 4°40′59″E / 51.123°N 4.683°E / 51.123; 4.683