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where to find the first salt mine of the world?

From the Middle Ages up to the 20th century the people of Wieliczka in Poland continuously mined salt. That's why the local mine was called…
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Franciscus Quirien den Hollander (1893–1982)

Franciscus Quirien den Hollander was a railway manager, notable in the Netherlands as the man who directed the re-building of the railway…
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ERIH STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF UKRAINE

Russia invaded Ukraine with its army and annexed regions of the country. Russia has thus positioned itself outside what constitutes our common European values and the basis of our European cooperation as a Cultural Route of the Council of Europe. We strongly disapprove the illegal unilateral attack, as well as the annexion, and hope that the people of Ukraine may soon live in peace again. In solidarity with Ukraine, we have removed the descriptions of all Russian sites presented on our website until further notice.

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| 20th ERIH Annual Conference – Call for Papers now open

Topic: Environmental Sustainability - How to come from Buzzword to Action The ERIH…  more

| Already 1 June this year: the 15th INDUSTRIADA in Silesia, Poland

"15 years together" is the motto of this year's INDUSTRIADA, which will set Poland's…  more

| ExtraSchicht on 1 June: The Ruhr Metropolis culture festival

It's long been a top-class public attraction across the region: ExtraSchicht, a…  more

| WORK it OUT 2024: Season 7

8 September is the day again when ERIH will be turning dozens of its sites across…  more

| ERIH Italy Meeting: Recap and Conclusions

Intangible heritage as well as environmental and social regeneration took centre…  more


This website was last updated on 24 May 2024