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It has been a while since I treated this thread with the attention it deserves.

#1: Windmill Nooitgedacht (Never-imagined), Cadzand

A bit of history as this one has quite a lot: Already in 1662 there was a windmill in this location. In 1721 it was replaced by windmill De Kat. In 1820 it was blown apart but was reconstructed. In 1897 it burned down. A new windmill was erected. During the liberation from German occupation in 1944 it was shot to pieces. In 1947-1948 it was reconstructed. In 1951 it was taken out of service, the internals were torn out and it was used as a motel. From 1963 it was used as a bar. In 1974 it burned out. In 1976 it was restored in its former glory and has been functional as a grain mill ever since.
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#2: Windmill de Witte Juffer (the White Dragonfly), IJzendijke

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A more modern windmill from Pori, Western Finland


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Scherpenbergmolen in Malle (Belgium)


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The Scherpenbergmolen in the snow


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