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City: Cape Town

Built in 1818 and based at Heritage Square, Josephine Mill Museum is the only surviving water mill of Cape Town. Founded by Jacob Letterstedt, a Swede, the museum represents artifacts recovered in the Newlands along with an exhibition related to the stone milling. Highlights include a working iron water-wheel and milling organic stone-ground wheat flour that is available for sale in the on-site shop. Explore the methods of production of flour as well as the history of power and its evolution from water to steam to electricity and back again.


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