Which country is home to these famous windmills?
The town of Consuegra in Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, boasts a spectacular hill, Cerro Calderico, adorned with 12 well-preserved windmills. These windmills, pictured here, were originally used for milling grain, an essential task for the region’s agriculture. Their archaic yet ingenious design harnesses the power of the wind to grind wheat and other grains into flour.
The correct answer is Spain.