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Knag Mill was built in about 1780 by the Kongeåen river near Rødding. In the Middle Ages, this was the site of a watermill called Gammelvad but it was ransacked in the 17th century during the wars with Sweden. Knag Mill has an undershot wheel measuring 4.5 metres…

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The oldest watermills were built like Knag Mill. The water was channelled in at the bottom of the…

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