It started operations and all was well, until the WWII when it was bombed by the British, as this area was the frontline between the Allied and Axis forces. In 1975, it was purchased by a lawyer and restored to working condition. Some of the orginal timbre beams still exist and can be identified by their worn out look and somewhat cracked appearance, while others have been replaced. Today it grinds corn for cattle feed and also provides flour for nearby bakeries.
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