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Mourisca's Tide Mill
Portugal

Mourisca's tide mill, built in 1601 in Sado river, near Setúbal. Designed in the XVI century, tide mills were a method of grinding grains, on places where wind was not a viable option of doing so. You can visit the interior of the mill, where you can examine the technology of the process..

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