Water Mill in Rackevei / Rackevei Hajomalom

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Water Mill in Rackevei / Rackevei Hajomalom

Water Mill in Rackevei / Rackevei Hajomalom
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Martinus R
Tenerife, Spain113 contributions
Couples
Never saw a Mill like this before.
Must see it once on a walk or on a visit to the Wednesday market. The history is given in pictures to the building wall opposite to the mill.
Written August 8, 2017
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Kovacs M
Budapest, Hungary3 contributions
I spent a nice day in Rackeve with my family, We visited also the watermill, it is realy a great experiance to get a look in every day life of the ancient time. I would make a visit of the watermill obligatory for students in the region.
Written February 15, 2020
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MarriedAnd-Over-50
Mission, Canada1,211 contributions
This is not only a museum but this water mill still works, you can see it working and you can certainly buy some freshly milled flour. It is located in the promanade by the Danube. When you reach the Reform Church there is a little street and the Danube, turn left at the end of the street and it is right there! There are photographs and a bit of the town history as well. It is a fantastic experience to see it working as it was before the industrialization. Certainly more environmental friendly, just using the natural currency of the Danube. We -humans- need to go back to those natural sources of energy!
Written December 27, 2019
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Laszlo
Gallipoli, Italy34 contributions
Family
A unique museum in a small city by the promenade (which also houses a market over the weekend). These watermills were popular before the industrialisation of milling after the 1950s — you simply brought your grains for processing here for a 8-12% fee in kind. This piece is a remake using some of the original pieces - and it is fully operational! One of its kind in Europe.

Bring a Hungarian speaker with you to the take full benefit of the tour (the guide is very knowledgeable and keen to tell you more).
Written August 15, 2019
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Zsofi T
Amsterdam, The Netherlands228 contributions
Couples
Walking on the Danube bank especially on a market day is a great program here, which is the best to visit the Water Mill with. A little piece of history in the middle of this friendly city
Written March 15, 2015
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