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Bartošovice mill

Preserved water mill is located at the confluence row. Odra and Bartošovického creek at the bottom pond. The exact date of construction is unknown, but the system of water works in the form of ponds, damming streams, ditches and flumes canals and construction of mills were built in the Odra River since the late 15th century. The ponds mentions the registration of r. 1492 and its founder could be from Jan Ochab, who owned the years 1467–1492 Bartosovice i Hukovice. Area and ponds changed over the years and was even extended periods when not being used. This is evidenced by the map, which is recorded as a meadow or field. The mention of the mill is dated r. 1817. It's called Oderský (according to the foundation row. Oder) or the Bönischův – in r. 1828 bought the mill from Ignatius Bönisch estate owners Meinert (from the Countess Josephine Pachtová). From 1884 to 1889, the mill was substantially rebuilt into a huge multi-storey building with a gabled roof. The mill adjacent storey residential building.

GPS position

N 49° 41.268', E 18° 2.362'



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