I was under the impression (after having seen several windmills in the Netherlands) that the red-white-blue strips were derived from the Dutch tricolour. So I found it surprising that this mill in Belgium also had it. Unless it was constructed/financed by Dutch individuals in the past. Or perhaps there is no connection at all to the flag. The Sint-Janshuis Mill, built in 1770, still occupies its original site and is the only functional mill open to visitors.
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