The old mill. Once powered by a water wheel but now by a water turbine. The building is a mill, bakery and museum.
The inside of the mill with part of the equipment.
Making and mixing the bread dough.
To bake in the old stone oven one needs a good fire made with dry birch wood.
Hermann forming the dough and placing it in the handmade reed baskets.
The fire has done it's chore and the coals are raked out of the oven.
Placing the formed dough into the oven with a long wooden spatula.
Oh boy, that looks good!
Hermann is obviously pleased with the results of his work. P:S: It tasted as good as it looks!
Typical Meissen porcelain pieces.
An artist paints in the traditional Meissen technique during an exhibition in the old mill.
Various pieces of Meissen porcelain.