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The name of the town is derived from the Hebrew word "Natzrat" meaning branch. The original spelling in Dutch was Nazareth, but later it became Nazereth and now it is spelled as one word: 'Nazareth'. In Eke there are two windmills that were built in 1853 and 1862. These mills are still working today. One of them has been restored to its former glory (the De Vosse Molen) by a local entrepreneur who bought this mill with his own money after he had seen how bad the condition was getting for this monument, which also can be visited during opening hours for free or with a small fee if you want to go inside (you can see everything from outside).