Operating since 1896, the Mulgrave Central sugar mill is located near the town centre in Gordon St. The mill services about 300 sugarcane farms in the local region and operates during the 'crush' season (about six months of the year). When operating, the mill emanates a strong sugary smell downwind. Tours of the mill were previously available, but with the increase in global sugar prices, tours...
It's probably not haunted, but it sure is freaky! An old house in Cape Town, complete with turrets and the kind of round windows you expect to see a transparent face peering out of, it's always been both intriguing and just that little bit frightening.
The mill was build in 1802 and was used until 1942. In the year 1945 the mill got badly damaged. Wings and roof were restored after the war, the bullet holes were bricked. Since 1954 the mill is in the possession of the city Krefeld. The grinding mill on the inside is still received.
The first fortress to be built when Europeans landed in Cape Town, South Africa. Built in the shape of a five-pointed star, the moat locations and original outline are still visible, though many have been built over.
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