APPEARENCE OF THE MILLS
By the middle of the 20th Century, earthen floors of several mills were covered with a layer of concrete. The floor of the adjacent eaves, where loading and unloading of horses was taking place, was usually covered with cobblestones. It also had a covered attic to keep it dry even during rainy days. It was used for storage of ground flour, but also as a place for the miller to rest and sleep since the milling often took place at night.
The space for loading and unloading of the working animals was not always part of the mill. The Taraš’ Mill, for example, only had eaves in the front, used as a shelter for horses, mules and donkeys.