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Inside the windmill of Fleringen
Netherlands

First built in 1821 by the Heer van Herinckhave, because the water mill near his castle got insufficent water to grind the grain. In 1846 the wooden mill burnt down completely.

Therefore he deciced to build a new one on raised ground. This was needed because the bushes around had become to high.

Restaurated in 1975 and recently.

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