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Hexenloch Mill Wikipedia
The Hexenloch Mill (German: Hexenlochmühle), formerly the Dreistegen Mill (Dreistegenmühle), lies in the ravine-like Hexenloch (also sometimes called the Hexenloch valley, but not often by the locals) in the Black Forest in Germany between St. Märgen and Furtwangen in the parish of Furtwangen-Neukirch.
It is the only mill in the Black Forest with two water wheels. In 1825, the part with the smaller water wheel was built as a nail smithy. Later, the part with the larger water wheel was built as a sawmill. Eventually the nail smithy was turned into a workshop for the clockmaking works.