In 17612 De Zwaan was erected in Krommenie, Netherlands. Over 100 years later it was moved to Vinkel, also in the Netherlands. It made one final move in 1964, as it was brought across the ocean to Holland, Michigan. It now resides on Windmill Island, and is open for tours during the summer season. It is still used to make flour, and can be seen operating during favorable winds.
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