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De Otter is a restored and functioning paltrok sawmill from the 17th century.
De Otter is a restored and functioning paltrok sawmill from the 17th century. It is the oldest of its kind and a listed Rijksmonument. It is a brisk 20 minute walk from Dam Square on Gillis van Ledenberchstraat 78, west of the Jordaan district.
Oud-Loosdrechtsedijk 131, Loosdrecht, Netherlands
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