Located in the Netherlands.
Keukenhof is the royal park of flowers (mostly lily and generally bulbous) in the Netherlands, between Leiden and Haarlem, in the small town of Lisse, about 5 km from the North Sea.
There is a windmill on the territory of the park. It was built in 1892 in the city of Groningen. The original goal was to use the mill to pump water out of the polder. In 1957, Holland American Line bought the mill and donated it to Keukenhof, where restoration work was carried out in 2008. Since then, it has been located on the territory of the park as an open-air museum, and everyone can observe the interior of a classic Dutch mill.
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