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Cley Windmill
England
18th Century windmill, on the north side of Cley on the North Norfolk coast and looking out to sea across the salt marshes and Cley Bird Sanctuary and Blakeney Harbour in the distance
Copyright: Peter holland
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Uploaded: 06/12/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: cley; windmill; cley next the sea; countryside; b&b; north norfolk
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