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Frankendael is a mansion built in 1733 in Watergraafsmeer.
Frankendael is a mansion built in 1733 in Watergraafsmeer. It is surrounded by a garden, sculpture and fountains. To get here, take tram line 9 to the stop 'Hugo de Vrieslaan' or bus 41 to Hogeweg.
Frankendael, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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