Egmond Abbey

Egmond Abbey or St. Adalbert's Abbey (Dutch: Abdij van Egmond, Sint-Adelbertabdij) is a Benedictine monastery of the Congregation of the Annunciation between Egmond aan den Hoef and Bakkum in Egmond-Binnen in the municipality of Bergen in the Dutch province of North Holland. Founded in 920-925 and destroyed in the Reformation, it was re-founded in 1935 as the present Sint-Adelbertabdij, in the Diocese of Haarlem.

A view of Egmond Abbey in 2003.
A view of Egmond Abbey, by Claes Dircksz van der Heck in 1638.
Egmond Abbey ruins, 1725
Illumination from the Egmond Gospels
A statue of Lamoraal stands in the middle of the old moat and behind him the Protestant church can be seen that was built on top of the ruins of the old castle Egmond.