The first mill at the cascade is verifiable as early as 1366. The electoral mill was erected on its remnants and took over a new function as power plant in 1900. Today, the building hosts the Amüseum with an exhibition of the most significant crafts of Saarburg (tanner, bell founder, printer, cobbler and skipper), the oldest but still functional turbine, as well as an art gallery with interesting changing exhibitions.
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