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There is more hope. Here is an other picture of the cornmill "DE HOOP" from Hellevoetsluis, South Holland.
This is a "stellingmolen"with a platform to turn the wings towards the wind. The mill is so high because it is a city mill standing between the houses.
The "flight is 24,6 m and the terras is allready on 10 m heigth. It was build in 1801.

Here is an other view; DE HOOP - Esperanša

I am looking forward to hear the first fado of the lost windmill battle!
ZEEUWS MEISJEalready dressed for the victory party and the guardWatch it!

Other mills:
Holy Antonius is on watch
Night watch - de nachtwacht
The eagle - De Arend
Dutch windmill tulip train
windmill energy
3 windmills on a dyke

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