Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, windmill

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The Schubertian Scheunenwindmühle Saalow barn windmill is unique worldwide. It was built around 150 years ago by Johann Traugott Schubert in Podemus, a small village near Dresden. The mill has only been in Saalow, a village district of the municipality of Am Mellensee, for about 20 years.
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  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
Its unique feature can be seen from the design of the mill alone. The barn windmill does not have a typical wind wheel with 4 blades – instead the wind wheels are permanently installed in the mill building itself. The mill building is a half-timbered building and the mill engineering forms a single entity with the building, giving the mill its unique mode of operation. When closed, the half-timbered building resembles a simple barn, hence its name.
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The Schubertian Scheunenwindmühle Saalow barn windmill is unique worldwide. It was built around 150 years ago by Johann Traugott Schubert in Podemus, a small village near Dresden. The mill has only been in Saalow, a village district of the municipality of Am Mellensee, for about 20 years.
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  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
  • Scheunenwindmühle Saalow, Foto: J.Marzecki
Its unique feature can be seen from the design of the mill alone. The barn windmill does not have a typical wind wheel with 4 blades – instead the wind wheels are permanently installed in the mill building itself. The mill building is a half-timbered building and the mill engineering forms a single entity with the building, giving the mill its unique mode of operation. When closed, the half-timbered building resembles a simple barn, hence its name.
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Dorfaue Saalow 19

15838 Am Mellensee

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