Windmühle - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Mühlstraße 24d, 7141 Podersdorf am See, Austria
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The only mill that is still fully preserved today and has been restored to the public is located here, in Podersdorf am See. The windmill is around 160 years old, has been a listed building for around 60 years and is still privately owned by the Lentsch family.
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The lighthouse Podersdorf at the main pier, located exactly in the middle of the seaside resort, was built as a point of orientation and for storm warnings for water sports enthusiasts in the course of the redesign of the 2 km long lido. It is one of the few lighthouses in the Republic of Austria and at the same time one of the southernmost lighthouses in the entire German-speaking area.
The Oberer Stinkersee is a lake near Podersdorf am See.The lake can be reached from the surrounding towns of Illmitz (about 5 km from the lake), Apetlon and Apetlon. Even if the lake offers at best little tourist potential, a visit to the region is of course worthwhile: There are numerous other lakes around the Upper Stinkersee, which are characterized by a high recreational value.
The Jakobsweg Burgenland is an approximately 55 kilometer long branch of the Austrian Jakobsweg network that runs mainly in Burgenland and partly in Lower Austria. The trail, which has been signposted from Frauenkirchen since 2013, takes on a variant of the Jakobsweg in Halbturn that comes from Hungary , leaves Burgenland between Neusiedl am See and Bruck an der Leitha and joins the Austrian Jakobsweg in Haslau-Maria Ellend.
Unterer Stinkersee is a water feature in Burgenland and has an elevation of 111 metres. Even if the lake only offers minimal tourist potential, it is of course worth visiting the region: There are numerous other lakes around the Unterer Stinkersee that are characterized by their high recreational value.
The Zicksee is a small steppe lake in the Seewinkel southeast of Vienna . The water contains soda and it is said to have healing properties. It lies between Lake Neusiedl and the Hungarian border and is partially covered by reeds. All around the Zicksee there are gravel and gravel vineyards.The muddy bottom of the lake contains a lot of sulfur, Glauber's salt and soda , known by the people as "Zick". Hence the name of the lake comes from.
The Village Museum Mönchhof is an open-air museum in Mönchhof in northern Burgenland . Established in 1990. It gives an insight into the everyday life of farmers and craftsmen in Heideboden from around 1890 to the late 1960s. Using around 35 buildings with workshops, work tools and furnishings, the village museum tries to bring back to life the everyday life of this time, which was largely characterized by agriculture.
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Burgenland is the easternmost and least populous state of Austria. It consists of two statutory cities and seven rural districts. With 300 days of sunshine and a wide range of excursion destinations, Burgenland offers exciting experiences for the whole family. UNESCO World Heritage site Lake Neusiedl, castles, palaces, museums and impressive natural landscapes are just waiting to be discovered.