Haaksbergen, medieval water mill in the forest – The Netherlands

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In the forest of Haaksbergen stands an old water mill. This mill is medieval, but it was destroyed by fire a few times. Every time it has been restored in its old state, the last time in 1987. Because it’s a double mill, you can grind both wheat and oil. You can also walk around in the forest nearby. It is a lovely place to spend a few hours and enjoy the scenery.

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