As the highest point in Flanders, Cassel was once home to more than 20 windmills. The last one remaining is the 18th century Casteel Meulen. Its sails still turn and its stones still grind; each visitor is handed a bag of freshly milled flour. Guided tours available in English.
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The Spinnewyn Mill,
The Briarde windmill,
The Roome windmill,
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The "Ondankmeulen", the Mill of Ingratitude ,
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