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As one of Amsterdam's last remaining 17th century landscape gardens and country estates, Park Frankendael is set in the Eastern suburbs of the city. Originally built to house one of Amsterdam's more affluent families, the area comprises of two historical gardens, a marsh, sunbathing area and the towering Huize Frankendael, the incumbent landhouse. The park's entrance is not far from the Tropenmuseum and the sprawling gardens present the remarkable diversity of the Dutch landscape. The Huize Frankendael is a major cultural centre, playing host to a myriad of seminars, debates, workshops and theatre performances.