De Gooyer Windmill

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In Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands—just down the street from Het Scheepvaartmuseum—sits De Gooyer Windmill, the tallest wooden windmill in the country. The octagonal mill dates from 1725, and it’s one of only a handful of historic windmills that remain in the Amsterdam area. Visitors can’t go inside the windmill itself, but they can enjoy the view—and a beer—from the brewery that sits at its feet, located inside a converted bathhouse.

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