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Dutch Windmill at Kinderdijk

Dutch Windmill at Kinderdijk

The lowlands have been prone to flooding through the ages despite the building of canals and dikes, including the 1421 Saint Elisabeth’s flood that killed thousands after the dikes broke in several places. To stem the flooding, the Kinderdijk windmills were built in 1738 and 1740 — two earlier than that — to move water from the lower areas to higher spots and into the river.

Mary Fletcher

Image size: 6000 x 4000, 16.47Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7100 | Date uploaded: 18/09/2018

Mary Fletcher | Dutch Windmill at Kinderdijk
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