Lensahner Mühle (watermill)

This small German house I discovered by coincidence. It was empty and some floors were rotten, but it was a nice quick visit. The place used to be a watermill, but nowadays the only thing that could show it’s history is a water basin and a storage shed for the flour. The building is from 1779 and is built with the typical German timber framing technique, the spaces between the timber is filled with loam.

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