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Water mill Karoxbostel

Since the Middle Ages, the water mill in the small town of Karoxbostel, located in the municipality of Seevetal in Lower Saxony, has stood at this place.

The Karoxbostel mill offers a small journey into the past; since its original construction, it has been repeatedly reconstructed or renovated. The efforts of a local association are to thank for the fact that the mill has once again ground grain since 2014. Guided tours are possible by arrangement on any day of the week.

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