Holland Castle

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The German castle is a private home built in 1890. It is said to be haunted by a girl whose apparition has been seen looking out the tower window. Legend has it that she is pining away over a man she loved.

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Geographic Information

6700 Bryant Avenue
Holland, MI
United States

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42.74862515565034, -86.20485439897948
Allegan County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Beechwood, MI (5.2 mi.)
Holland, MI (5.6 mi.)
Saugatuck, MI (6.5 mi.)
Douglas, MI (7.3 mi.)
Zeeland, MI (10.4 mi.)
Fennville, MI (11.9 mi.)
Hudsonville, MI (19.2 mi.)
Allendale, MI (20.0 mi.)
Grand Haven, MI (21.8 mi.)
Spring Lake, MI (22.7 mi.)


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