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January 28, 2008

Windmills of San Francisco

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A Dutch windmill in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

3 Responses to “Windmills of San Francisco”

  1. San Francisco Restaurant Guide Says:

    Oh beautiful photo ! that windmill is gorgeous, I love SF !

  2. DON Says:

    This is best photo of the Windmill of S.F. I’ve ever seen.
    The Dutch Windmill was built in 1902 and Murphy’ Windmill not far away was built in 1905, the largest Windmill ever built.

  3. DON Says:

    This is the best photo of the Windmill I’ve ever seen.
    The Dutch Windmill was built in 1902 and Murphy’ Windmill not far away was built in 1905, the largest Windmill ever built.

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