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The D'Admiraal is a wooden octagonal smock mill on the banks of the Noordhollandsch Canal, north of the former village of Buiksloot.
The D'Admiraal is a wooden octagonal smock mill on the banks of the Noordhollandsch Canal, north of the former village of Buiksloot. Built in 1792-'93 by Symon Krol and commissioned by Roelof de Leeuw, the chalk and trass mill is the last standing of its kind in Netherlands. It was restored in 1967, and is now intermittently used.
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