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If it’s a sunny day I would really recommend people to visit this.
It’s very picturesque and central, and you’re allowed up in the mill. Just like many other places in Netherlands, the steps are really steep and there is not elevator.
There have been working mills on this site for hundreds of years with De Put being operational for more than 30 years.
Some folks call it a false windmill, but it does in fact function as a working mill grinding flour.
You can visit and...More
The mill is situated next to our hotel. It's not a real one. The original mill was build in the 17th Century, this one in 1997. Next to the mill, you have the Rembrandt bridge. The mill is now under construction.
This is a small windmill that is a little hard to get too but worth the stroll over to the edge of the canal. It can be seen very clearly from one of the two remaining city gates of the ancient Leiden walled city. It...More
A great wind mill to photo at one entrance to part of the old town,pity it couldn’t be done to the front of the wind mill when we were there.You can get a part front photo by crossing the bridge and entering the area depicting...More
A 1987 replica of a windmill by Jan Jansenszoon Put. Originally, this windmill dates from 1619.
The windmill is located on the outskirts of the old city of Leiden and is surrounded by very nice idyllic canals.