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Molino de agua, Pichilemu

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  • Takes us back to the past and shows how major wheat, occupying the water power that gives movement to the amirth
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  • Excellent place to visit. The access maybe is somewhat complex, for cars low, but is a place magical. You transported to the style of life country in the sector. Mill still operates, is incredible as it has been in time. At the end of the visit ends with a glass of flour toasted with water or with malta. An excellent experience.
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  • The water mill, is the interior of pichilemu, specifically in a sector that if not bad memory is called pañul. to reach the place, it is recommended to go in a good car, I arrived in my city car, but I think I did a bit of damage. In the concrete is an old House that possessed a mill, where it generated the own wheat producer, today is a small intervention "tourist" where you explain how it was the process and how the mill works. The place sells things, at an affordable price and personal judgment cheaper in other places, quinoa, flour, and others. (At the end of the 'tour', you regalonean with a vase of toasted flour, is beautiful, well friendly people, have to pay entry but does not have an excessive value (less than $2000) I recommend it, go on family, with children, for processes, and take pictures, is a nice place and not very far from same Pichilemu:)
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