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Dag 114 - Lyngby Mølle




Mølleådalen var engang Danmarks vigtigste industriområde. Fra Udspringet ved Bastrup sø falder Mølleåen 29 meter over en strækning på 30 kilometer. Der var ni møller placeret langs Mølleåen og de har eksisteret i en fantastisk spændende periode i Danmarks historie. Jeg bor selv lige i nærhende af Brede Mølle og Ørholm Mølle. På fotoet ser du Lyngby Mølle og du kan læse mere om disse møller her.

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