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which town has the most warehouses?

It's Hamburg. The legendary Speicherstadt (warehouse district) takes its visitors back to the days of colonialism. Built in the years…
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John Holker (1719–86)

John Holker is an early example of the significance of political refugees in the transfer industrial expertise between countries. He left…
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Composite video of ERIH's dance event 'WORK IT OUT' 2021

News

| Call for Papers: Rethinking Storytelling at the 18th ERIH Conference 2022

Climate change, digitalisation, pandemics, gender equality, inclusion and new values…  more

| Screen Reader feature: ERIH website with improved accessibility

Anyone who has visited the ERIH website recently may have noticed the buttons…  more

| New Anchor Point Fortuna Mine: Inauguration attended by Minister of European Affairs

The Fortuna Visitor Mine in Solms is the first ERIH Anchor Point in Hesse, Germany.…  more

| New online channel: ERIH goes YouTube

ERIH has actually been on YouTube since 2018 - with videos on the pan-European dance…  more

| German magazine Industriekultur, No. 1.22: ERIH Regional Route Basque Country, Part 1

Travelling through the Basque Country by train or car reveals a diverse mountain…  more

This website was last updated on 20th May 2022.