The construction of Rackésmillen Enscherange mill in the year 1334 makes it the oldest existing water mill still in use in Luxembourg. Incredibly, this mill served the local population up until 1954, where the wheat needed for bread was ground. From then until 1964 this historic water mill served its function by producing traded fodder material. The current building dates back to the year 1824. The Rackésmillen is fully operational to this day, which is due to the co-owner Willy Racké, who also lends his lauded family name to this historic site.
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