To take full advantage of all the site's features like saving/loading puzzles, leaderboards, reward points/badges Login or Register

Het Loo Palace Puzzle Details:

About: This symmetrical Dutch Baroque palace was designed by Jacob Roman and Johan van Swieten and was built between 1684 and 1686 for stadtholder-king William III and Mary II of England in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Since 1984, the palace is a state museum open for the general public, showing interiors with original furniture, objects and paintings of the House of Orange-Nassau. The building is a rijksmonument and is among the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 21/Feb/2020

Never Miss A Puzzle! Like Us On Facebook

Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
Your Time
Average Time

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
Your Time
Average Time

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
Your Time
Average Time

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
Your Time
Average Time

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
Your Time
Average Time

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
Your Time
Average Time

Puzzle Leaderboards

  • Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
  • Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
  • Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
  • Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
  • Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
  • Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.

Some Other Puzzles In Our Gallery

Ehrenfels Castle

Ehrenfels Castle

Ehrenfels Castle is a ruined castle above the Rhine Gorge near the town of Rüdesheim am Rhein in Hesse, Germany. It was built around 1212 at the behest of the Archbishop of Mainz. Heavily damaged in the course of the Thirty Years' War, the castle was finally devastated by French troops during the 1689 Siege of Mainz.
Donaustauf Castle

Donaustauf Castle

The castle is built on the site of a Celtic fort dating to around 500 BC. Between 914 and 930 AD, Bishop Tuto of Regensburg had a castle built here to defend the area from Hungarian invasion. The ruined hill castle is located on a hill spur overlooking the River Danube by the market village of Donaustauf in the Upper Palatine county of Regensburg in the south German state of Bavaria.
Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn Castle, located about 30 kilometers southwest of Prague above the village of the same name, is a large Gothic castle founded 1348 by Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor-elect and King of Bohemia. The castle was built upon a promontory from the south side of Kněží Hora hill, divided from it by a narrow sag. The core of the castle consists of three parts placed on three levels-differentiated terraces; every level express different importance. On the lowest terrace stands the Imperial Palace, above it the Marian Tower and the Big Tower above it on the highest level.
Moyland Castle

Moyland Castle

Moyland Castle is a moated castle in Bedburg-Hau in the district of Kleve, one of the most important neo-Gothic buildings in North Rhine-Westphalia. Its name derives from the Dutch word Moiland which means "beautiful country".
Hluboka Castle

Hluboka Castle

Located in Hluboka nad Vltavou, Hluboka Castle ,is one of most beautiful castles of the Czech Republic. The current castle is built in the romantic style of the Windsor Castle as Johann Adolf II von Schwarzenberg ordered it to be reconstructed in the 19th century. During its history the castle was rebuilt several times.
Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle is located 8 km south-east of Maidstone, Kent, England, dates back to 1119. In 1278 the castle came into the hands of King Edward I, for whom it became a favorite residence. The castle seen today dates mostly from the 19th century and is built on islands in a lake formed by the River Len to the east of the village of Leeds.
Castle Verwolde

Castle Verwolde

Dating back to 1776, Castle Verwolde in Laren (Holland) is located in gorgeous surroundings in a large private country estate. On its estate there is a tree, said to be the thickest tree in the Netherlands ( "de dikke boom van Verwolde"). For 200 years, Castle Verwolde was inhabited by various generations of the same family. In summer, guided tours of this castle are organized for tourists.
Pierrefonds Castel

Pierrefonds Castel

The beautiful castle featured in this puzzle is situated in the commune of Pierrefonds in the Oise departement (Picardy) of France. In the 12th century, a castle was built on this site. Two centuries later, in 1392, King Charles VI turned the County of Valois (of which Pierrefonds was part) into a Duchy and gave it to his brother Louis, Duke of Orléans. From 1393 to his death in 1407, the latter had the castle rebuilt by the court architect, Jean le Noir. Napoleon I bought ruined castle in 1810 for less than 3,000 francs. During the 19th century, with the rediscovery of the architectural heritage of the Middle Ages, it became a "romantic ruin". Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte (later Napoleon III of France) visited the castle in 1850. As emperor, he asked Viollet-le-Duc in 1857 to undertake its restoration.
Warmian Bishop's Castle

Warmian Bishop's Castle

This new puzzle features the Warmian Bishop's castle in Lidzbark Warmiński, Poland. The town was originally an Old Prussian settlement known as Lecbarg until being conquered in 1240 by the Teutonic Knights, who named it Heilsberg. In 1306 it became the seat for the Bishopric of Warmia. Nicolaus Copernicus lived at the castle for several years, and it is believed he wrote part of his De revolutionibus orbium coelestium there.
Herstmonceux Castle

Herstmonceux Castle

From 1957 to 1988 its grounds were the home of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. Today the Herstmonceux Castle (a brick-built Tudor castle near Herstmonceux, East Sussex, England) is used by the Bader International Study Centre of Queen's University, Canada. It is one of the oldest significant brick buildings still standing in England. The original castle was dismantled in 1777 leaving the exterior walls standing and remained a ruin until the early 20th century. Radical restoration work was undertaken by Colonel Lowther in 1913 to transform the ruined building into a residence and completed for Sir Paul Latham in 1933 by the architect, Walter Godfrey.
Anholt Moated Castle

Anholt Moated Castle

One of North-Rhine Westphalia's few privately owned castles, the Anholt moated castle was named after the former city of Anholt, today a district of Isselburg in North Rhine-Westphalia. Its origins lie in a defensive fortification from the 12th century. A museum was opened in 1966 in the castle. Among others, the largest private collection of paintings in North Rhine-Westphalia with numerous works by well-known Dutch masters such as Rembrandt (for example The Bath of Diana with Actaeon and Callisto ), Jan van Goyen and Gerard ter Borch (Portrait of Gesina ter Borch as a shepherdess) the armory and an extensive porcelain collection are can viewed in the museum.
Old Castle Walls

Old Castle Walls

In this new puzzle we're by the walls of an old castle. Surrounded by trees, green grass and covered in green moss, this old castle looks like it's straight out of a fairy tale. Pick a difficulty level, click start and join us in exploring this old and impressive castle in the woods.

Didn't find something you like? Don't worry we have thousands of online puzzle games in our gallery for both kids and adults alike.

Daily Jigsaw Puzzles - a new online jigsaw puzzle every day.

All our puzzles can be played in full-screen mode on your desktop, smart phone or tablet( iPad/iPhone(iOS) or Android powered devices). DailyJigsawPuzzles.net is your free iPad (or Android tablet) jigsaw puzzle app. Just visit using your mobile device and play our HTML5 powered puzzles.

All images are copyrighted by their respective owners. Where possible the appropriate accreditation is given.Third-party trademarks are used solely for describing the games indexed herein and no license or other affiliation is implied. For more info please check our Copyright Policy page.