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The mill in Frøylandsbekken

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The mill in Frøylandsbekken Photo: Tom Gaudland
The mill in Frøylandsbekken Photo: Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
The mill in Frøylandsbekken Photo: Region Stavanger BA
The mill in Frøylandsbekken Photo: Region Stavanger BA
The mill in Frøylandsbekken Photo: Region Stavanger BA

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This reconstructed mill and grain drying house by Frøylandsbekken creek in Hommersåk. See how grain was dried and ground in the olden days. Taste barley or other porridges.

You can arrange visits by calling Brit Sissel Todnem, tel. +47 97105158 or britsissel@lyse.net
It is signposted along the road, in addition, there will be signs saying that the mill/grain is open. It is located nearby "Riska Old Church". By following the river south some 100 yards you will find the grain.

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The mill in Frøylandsbekken - Photo: Tom Gaudland

The mill in Frøylandsbekken

This reconstructed mill and grain drying house by Frøylandsbekken creek in Hommersåk. See how grain was dried and ground in the olden days. Taste...

The mill in Frøylandsbekken

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