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Windmill 't Witte Lam
Netherlands

This windmill, which is called 't Witte Lam, was built in 1860 and is located North-East of the city of Groningen. It is the smallest windmill in the province of Groningen.

Copyright: Frank van tol
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Uploaded: 05/11/2010
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: windmill; mill; groningen; the netherlands; netherlands; holland; windmolen; poldermolen; molen; polder
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