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Portogruaro, molini
Veneto

Ancient mills on the river Lemene, built prior to the twelfth century, for centuries  property of the Bishop, then state-owned since 1867, and later city-owned.

Restored in 1993, since 1999 have two new steel wheels.
Today is the seat of the Gallery of Contemporary Art "Ai Molini".

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