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that a potash pit in the Werra Valley was once the richest mine in the world?

During the Second World War the gold reserves of the doomed German Reich were stored in the Kaiserroda potash mine in Merkers. In 1945 the…

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Artur Hazelius (1833 – 1901)

Artur Hazelius founded the open air museum called Skansen at Stockholm, which has given its name to collections of buildings that have been…


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| Call for Papers: ERIH Annual Conference 2021

The topic of this year’s conference is "RESILIENCE - How industrial heritage sites…  more

| Industry Open 2021: Conference on industrial (heritage) tourism

"The tourism industry and industrial (heritage) tourism destinations - how to restart…  more

| Study & Work Camp: behind the scenes of Berlin's industrial culture

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