Malbork – Upper Mill

History

The Upper Mill was built around 1400. In 1718 it burned down, but was rebuilt thanks to the help of the Polish king August II the Strong. It has survived the Second World War successfully,  it worked until the end of war as a steam mill. Currently, it is in private hands.

Architecture

The building is erected on a rectangular plan with dimensions of 12,75 x 25,50 meters. Thickness of the walls is 1,35 meters. There are many blendes on the original eastern gable.

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