"Daar praalt het Landhuis in zyne deftige plantagie": Hofsteden en herenkamers in het doopsgezinde buitenleven in Friesland, 1650-1800

Kuiper, Y., 2014, In : Doopsgezinde Bijdragen. NR. 40, p. 223-250 28 p.

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In contrast to many country houses around Amsterdam in the early 18th century the country houses of 18th-century Frisian Mennonites are much more related to the agrarian world and have also an agrarian outlook. Why is this so? The article deals with several answers.
Translated title of the contribution"See here the country house and its impressive garden": Country Houses and Landlord's Rooms of Frisian Mennonites, 1650-1800
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)223-250
Number of pages28
JournalDoopsgezinde Bijdragen
VolumeNR. 40
Publication statusPublished - 2014


  • counry house culture, landlord's room, Mennonites, Amsterdam, Friesland, landscape, architectural history, rural history

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