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Windmill de Put

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Photo's taken on January 14, 2012.

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A: View from the upper entrance door of windmill De Put

by Jan Mulder, 10 meters away

Photo's taken on January 14, 2012.

View from the upper entrance door of windmill De Put

B: Windmill Mechanics

by Jan Mulder, 10 meters away

Photo's taken on January 14, 2012.

Windmill Mechanics

C: No tresspassing under windmill De Put

by Jan Mulder, 10 meters away

Photo's taken on January 14, 2012.

No tresspassing under windmill De Put

D: Windmill De Put (Leiden)

by Anton van Tetering, 20 meters away

Windmill De Put (Leiden)

E: Rembrandtbrug for pedestrians and cyclists

by Jan Mulder, 30 meters away

Photo's taken on January 14, 2012.

Rembrandtbrug for pedestrians and cyclists

F: Morspoort

by Anton van Tetering, 90 meters away

The 17th century Morspoort is the western entrance of the inner city of Leiden.

Morspoort

G: Kweekschool Zeevaart Prins Hendrik

by Jan Mulder, 90 meters away

Former school for seafarers, now a laywers office. Photo's taken on January 14, 2012.

Kweekschool Zeevaart Prins Hendrik

H: Statue of Rembrandt the painter

by Jan Mulder, 200 meters away

Statue of Rembrandt the painter

Statue of Rembrandt the painter

I: Korte Rapenburg (Leiden)

by Anton van Tetering, 230 meters away

Korte Rapenburg (Leiden)

J: Street sundial near windmill De Valk in Leiden

by Henk Keijzer, 420 meters away

The street sundial, near molen De Valk in Leiden, indicates the Leiden time. This time is based on th...

Street sundial near windmill De Valk in Leiden

This panorama was taken in Netherlands, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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