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Nettetal Hinsbeck Stammen Windmill

Windmill at Nettetal Hinsbeck, Germany. Today a violin maker lives and works in this mill. Sited on a hill close to the Netherlands the windmill became a relais station for the TV transmission of the coronation of queen Ellie the 2nd in the fifties of the 20th century. Later the windmill got a complete renewal and reconstruction by its owner, Mr. Zanders.

Copyright: Patricia Müller
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20000x10000
Taken: 21/09/2014
Uploaded: 21/09/2014
Updated: 11/04/2015


Tags: windmill; nettetal hinsbeck; germany; stammen mill; nature preservation area; maas; schwalm; nette
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