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the capital of ceramics industry?

In the 19th century Stoke-on-Trent, Longton, witnessed the settlement of so many pottery works that it gained the reputation of the centre…
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Alessandro Rossi (1821–98)

Alessandro Rossi was born in Schio, a citizen of the Habsburg Empire, which, until the Austro-Prussian War of 1866, ruled the region around…
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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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News

| First ERIH Young Professionals' Network Roundtable on 26 February 2024

These future monthly meetings will serve as an open space for discussion and the…  more

| Recap of the ERIH National Meeting in Wales

41 participants attended the ERIH National Meeting in Wales on 11 January. One of the…  more

| German Journal Industriekultur 4.23: Portrait of four ERIH Anchor Points

The last issue of this year's Journal Industriekultur focuses on the "Archaeology of…  more

| German Journal Industriekultur 3.23: Moravian-Silesian Technical Trail TECHNOTRASA

In the 19th century, the Moravian-Silesian region in the north-east of the Czech…  more

| Hamburg Metropolitan Region, Germany: 7th Days of Industrial Heritage on the Waterfront

From the eastern bank of the Weser to the western edge of the Mecklenburg Lake…  more


This website was last updated 29th February 2024