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This historic flour mill was in use for of one hundred years and has today become a spot of historic significance.
The Seven Mills flour mills on the banks of the Yarkon River were open until the late 1920s after some of these mills had worked for centuries. Take a breather from bustling Tel Aviv to walk the landscaped paths and enjoy the views of the mills up close and personal. After that, you can cross a flowing stream via a picturesque wooden bridge to the old dam that once provided the water pressure to operate the mills. Today, the mills are an enjoyable tourist and local attraction, providing visitors with the opportunity to witness an interesting piece of history.