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Old Wooden Windmill Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we are visiting a old wooden windmill in a small and quiet village. Windmills became popular in Europe in the 14th century and are still used in some places up to this day. If you didn't know, a windmill converts wind power into rotational energy to mill grain (gristmills).

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