This place has belonged to five generations of the B. family through the great-grandmother's dowry of the present owner. Two generations later, after World War II, Mr. B.’s grandfather decided to diversify its activities and added a sawmill to the mill, utilizing the same water drive.

For a long time, both of these twin businesses worked together, although over the years, the demand for milling diminished, and finally Mr. B. decided to close the mill fifteen years ago. However, everything in it remains intact and ready to start up again, but – logically speaking – the chances of this happening are practically zero. Thus, it is a kind of time capsule whose existence we owe to a mixture of nostalgia, respect for history and illusory hope.

 

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