The 25 on the outside of the building is how many years ago this replica wooden cornmill was built - the original mill dated to 1619. The steep steps up to the grinding room give insight into a long ago way of life, but we were there too early to see it in action. It is right next to a classic Dutch white lift bridge over which one is only steps away from where Rembrandt was born. From our hotel room window we watched the sails turning later in the day - something I hadn't expected.
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