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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-20

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originally financed for the
public by Mr. and Mrs. J.M.L.
Maduro, a Jewish couple from
Curacao; it memorializes
their son George, a college
student in Holland, who was
captured by the Nazis and
died in Dachau in 1945.
Jewish travelers especially
marvel at the reproduction of
the Anne Frank House and
the 1672 Portuguese
synagogue, intriguing in
detail. One of the fascinating
reproductions is the Bin-
nenhof (Inner Court) of the
Hague. The miniaturized ver-
sion sports a gilded royal
coach with eight horses,
delivering the queen for her
annual speech.
But a visit to the actual
water-based, turreted and
gabled brick complex in the
Hague provides another
treat. The Hall of Knights,
originated in the 13th cen-
tury as a hunting castle, over-
whelms the visitor with its
87-foot-high oak cathedral
ceiling, wooden shields and
carved throne with red velvet.
Not far away is Rotterdam,
Holland's second largest city.
Little that's historical sur-
vives, since the Nazis leveled
almost everything; buildings
are post-World War II.
For a Jewish connection,
visit the 1940 synagogue on
quiet Capucijnengang 2.
The rounded, red brick
edifice has an elaborate
vaulted ceiling, interior Cor-
inthian columns and brass
chandeliers. It was restored
during the '60s, using a
bimah and benches from
another deserted and
deteriorating sy-agove.
Not far away, the Castle de
Haar near Utrecht is a
delight with a surprise. This
neo-Gothic, moated palace
was designed by the same ar-
chitect as Amsterdam's
Ryksmuseum and Central
Station and used by the fami-
ly since the 15th century. But
it was in ruins when Baron
Etienne Van Zuylen van
Nyevelt van de Haar made an
inspired marriage, bringing
funds to rebuild the 336-room
summer home in 1892. His
wife? The wealthy and Jewish
Helene de Rothschild.
During their three-year
honeymoon, they bought fur-
niture and artworks
throughout the world. Amid
the marble statuary and
Flemish tapestries, the 160
Chinese vases, and the velvet-
covered walls, the eagle-eyed
may spot an unusual decora-
tion in the Night Room —
gilded Stars of David adorn
the high, wooden ceiling
beams. Although Helene de
Rothschild converted, she ap-
parently wanted to make a
Jewish statement.



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