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Interiér vodného mlyna na Malom Dunaji - Jelka - Slovakia
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Water-mill was from previous treadmill converted to edge-runner in year 1905. For reconstruction object in year 1995 wait visitant ashore little Danube in picturesque naturalistic environs. Close to the mill is an open-air museum displaying the rural past of Jelka.

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