d'Orangemolen - From Achterstraat, Netherlands

d'Orangemolen - From Achterstraat, Netherlands
d'Orangemolen - From Achterstraat, Netherlands
D'Orangemolen is a 17th-century windmill located in Willemstad, Netherlands. It was built in 1634 and is one of the few surviving windmills in the region. The mill has an orange hue, giving it a unique and recognizable appearance. Visitors to the mill will be able to explore the inside of the building, with its four floors, museum, and panoramic views of the surrounding area. An interesting feature is the mechanism that allows the mill to be rotated to face the wind, so it can draw in the necessary breeze for it to turn. The mill serves as a reminder of how wind power was used for grinding flour in centuries past, and is now a popular tourist attraction.