The windmill came from the village of Enisala in Tulcea County, Romania and was used up until 1966.
It has a frame work of oak and is clad with fir boards with a double boarded roof. The mill is mounted on a single post turning in a stone socket set into in the ground. The edges of the buck are supported on a ring of oak beams carried by oak posts on which it rotates. The void between them is in filled with local stone
 The mill comprises a single millstone. The whole unit is winded manually, originally there was a small wheel to support a pair of beams at the outer end.

Currently the mill is located in the Astra Museum Of Traditional Folk Civilization in Romania

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