The former mill is today private ownership so only its exterior can be seen. But to get there one can stroll along the riverbanks, so the walk makes it very pleasant... 1223 Arno van Höchheim donated the Martins mill to his Miller as a reward for his loyal service. Afterwards the mill got many owners and, although experienced, the destiny as Miller was often difficult by the "excavation of water". The current name of mill goes back to the Franciscan hermit Georg Hörde, 1735-1747 he led a conversation Hospice. Later, the building served as alchemists laboratory, pulver warehouse, and again as a mill. Since 1807 in private ownership.
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