Aumuhle

Aumuhle, Furstenfeldbruck: Address, Phone Number, Aumuhle Reviews: 3.5/5

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folieske4
By folieske4
Outside the city centre
Jul 2011
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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chickandbeast
Southgate, Canada8,480 contributions
Historic complex
May 2017 • Couples
Aumühle is a German municipality in Schleswig-Holstein, about 21 km east of Hamburg, a complex comsisting of multiple buildings is a historic site. Includes the Bismarck family estate and mausoleum.
Written 18 June 2017
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folieske4
Antwerp, Belgium7,285 contributions
Outside the city centre
Jul 2011
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..
Written 15 October 2011
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