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Michaux Mill

Windmill - Petit-Canal

Witness of the intense sugar activity of the territory, it is built in a traditional way, limestone stones bound by a mortar made of sand, lime and battery syrup and bay bows are stone. The mills of the time were high towers of 6 to 9 m, the wings facing east, oriented towards the wind. Each mill overlooks the sugar refinery located below. The shaft of the mill was frustoconical and had three arched openings, the largest of which introduced the elements of the mechanism (trees, lanterns, chassis, rolls ...). An access ramp facilitated the arrival of the carts loaded with canes. Several other mills are still visible and relatively well preserved. Mill Devarieux, mystic, a crucifix in the cartouche above the bay, Girard, discreet, under the vegetation, Moulin de Godet, imposing, on its base, Lubeth, elegant, with its tufted headdress.

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