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Aarsdale moelle bornholm
Denmark

Møllen er opmuret i mursten, og havde fra starten en løghat med svans og kludeseji på vingerne.

1919 begyndte en modernisering af møllen, da Johannes Mikkelsen overtog møllen efter sin far. 
Først blev der etableret selvkrøjer og selvsvikker på to vinger. 

http://www.bornholmsmuseum.dk/mills/sid/holl/arsdale.php

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