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Aarsdale Mill inside, Bornholm
Denmark

Visit theold mill wich is working daily when the wind force is 4 m/s or above. The only mill that still works for 3 generations since 1877. You can get inside it all to the top.

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

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送信日: 22/07/2011
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