List of Windmills in Friesland

A list of windmills in the Dutch province of Friesland.

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List Of Windmills In London
... A list of existing and former windmills whose sites fall within Greater London, England ... Of those windmills known to have existed, nine remain and are preserved as are the tide mills at Three Mills, West Ham ...

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