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Mill bellow @ Josanica village
Serbia

15 kilometers from Sokobanja, housed Ethno Household Families Lazic, known lovers of rural tourism by setting devoid of the achievements of modern times. Spouses and Zorica Daniel, host farm for 6 years welcome guests in a small home ground and a spacious yard, through which flows the stream. The greatest joy, but also an attraction for visitors, however the water mill that was part of a family home, dating back to 1888. From the mill to be in the kitchen, still leads to the courtyard surrounded by old buildings and vineyards. There are also tables set for dining and relaxing in the fragrance of flowers, the chirping of birds, murmur of the brook, and patter čeketala. Mill is not only a decoration, it can grind all kinds of grains ... whole wheat grains (rye, oats, barley, corn) into wholemeal bread, homemade bread on the pan below, various pastries, pies, pancakes and even integral, to the host menu . In this house often visited by guests of the kitchen housewives Zorice ringed by a series of awards for the preparation of healthy foods and eating almost forgotten.

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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上传: 13/07/2012
更新: 18/09/2014
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Tags: mill; vodenica; josanica; lazic; lazici; serbia; srbija
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