Its is not located downtown, but if one walks via the Silbersteg (a small charming bridge) one can enjoy as well alongside the brook (there is also a park where one can sit down and enjoy the view or having a picknick). The Aumühle cmplex esits of multiple buildings. The first document that mentions the Furthmühle dates from the 12th century, named: the old “mill on Wagenhofen” date1165. The current walls of the mill are 18th century. The Aumühle serves the library since 20 years, located in this former monastery mill, a historical heritage ensemble with a picturesque setting. The Furthmühle has survived the centuries, the building was restored with a great deal of effort. Thanks to its dual function it will insure its future: half of the mill is Museum, the other half a small commercial operation. And that the millmaster’ name Aumüller is has a historical significance: since generations are the Aumüllers Millers, the family gained the Furthmühle in 1900. However, it is doubtful whether the tradition continues. The 49-year-old master Miller has three sons, who, however, have other interests: the oldest son studied business administration, the middle one is physiotherapist and the youngest wants to become a chemistry laboratory technician. A part of the complex houses the municipal library which also has a small cafeteria where one can have some coffee or tea and read one of the 80 newspapers or magazines, also snacks available..
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