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Architectural Heritage
© Courtesy of The National Trust for Jersey.
Milling around in Jersey

Dating back to the 13th Century, Le Moulin de Quetivel is once again a perfectly-restored example of a working watermill. This National Trust mill has proven its worth to the islanders of Jersey over many generations, not least during the German occupation in the Second World War.

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