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Great picture and wonderful story, Barbara. Thank you:)
That is a nice windmill.
Thank you all for the comments.Cheryl it was built in 1765, and last worked by wind in 1862There is a large round house at the bottom which was converted into a chapel in 1880It maybe the only consecrated windmill in the world.
Barbara, this is lovely! You went to quite the effort to climb the hill in the heat to get this shot. Many folks, including yours truly, enjoyed seeing this remarkable building. Thank you so much, dear!
Barb, considering you couldn't see in the sun you did an excellent job on this one. Do you have any idea of the age of this windmill? Thanks a lot for sharing with us.
Great puzzle/photo Barbara. I sure appreciate you joining in on the theme week.