Highlight – Cicloturismo
On Mühlenberg, even before the Thirty Years' War, there was a windmill that has disappeared. The first Dutch windmill in Hittbergen dates back to 1807. It burned down and was replaced in 1887 by the current building with a gallery. The windmill was shut down in 1961. Wing, cap and compass rose are still preserved. In 1998/99, extensive restoration work was carried out on the Mühlenkappe, Windrosen and Flügelwerk. The well-preserved mill with its square substructure made of raw bricks offers a highly visible eye-catcher in the Elbe landscape. The mill now serves as a residential mill, so it can only be visited from the outside.
Address: Mühlentwiete 7, 21522 Hittbergen
only outside inspectionSource:
scharnebeck.de/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-2634/4999_read-23576Remarkable and striking is the brick wall of the mill tower. Only half is covered with brown shingles. This gives her a special look.
9 aprile 2017
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