Bošnjakova windmills or windmill was built on the outskirts of the village, the road to Bašaid, in 1899. It is built in a combination of brick and unbaked bricks in the shape of a truncated cone with the conical roof made of shingles. Through a sliding roof, once the massive shaft was passing with wings for wind catching, which was also a launching mechanism gear. Wings are missing and the wooden mechanism has heavily been damaged. The interior is divided into a ground floor, two floors and an attic and is connected by an internal staircase. In the loft space and the top floor there was a construction, while on the first floor are three pairs of stone for grain grinding. On the ground floor there were crates which were filled with flour through the gutters. It is very similar to windmills in Čurug and Belo Blato is a rare example of many former buildings of this type. Although by the Provincial Office windmill building was completely renovated in 1971 (except for renewal of parts of the mechanism of the mill), after more than thirty years of inactivity, the windmill building suffered a significant damage. There was a danger of total demolition, and there was a need for urgent conservation works on the rehabilitation of structures and restoration of damaged parts. Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments from Zrenjanin created a project and technical documentation for reconstruction and rehabilitation of static, on the basis that the funds were allocated for the work by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia. The works were carried out in 2007 in two phases. The first phase covered the repair works on the foundations and walls, and in the second phase of the repair of the roof construction and installation of a new roof cladding of shingles was carried out, which prevented the collapse of the rare examples of popular engineering. Literature: M.Đekić, Problems of popular architecture in Vojvodina, Materials for the Study of Cultural Monuments of Vojvodina XVII (Novi Sad 1994) 190
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