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Ruins of the windmill at Příčovy
Czech Republic
Ruins of the windmill are located west of the village Příčovy, on a hillock near the Musík pond. It was probably built before 1606 and was used until the 18th century. It was a huge rotund tower windmill and the brick building probably contained a wooden structure. The mill was declared a technical monument.
Copyright: Jakub laštovička
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Uploaded: 03/07/2012
Atualizado: 13/02/2013
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  • MoUzEs- Maciej J. Lorek over 1 year ago
    Nice ruins!Good panorama!Like!Best regards,MoUzEs
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