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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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Alfred Krupp (1812 – 87)

The records of the Krupp family in the Rhineland date from 1587, and by the early 19th century their possessions included a forge in Essen...
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News

| Berlin: European Cultural Heritage Summit

Next week marks another highlight of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018:...  more

| Almost 100,000 visitors at this year's Industriada

The popularity has never been this high: 98,300 visitors flocked to the Industriada...  more

| WORK-it-OUT - and the winner is .....

Which sites received the most clicks and the most likes for their event video until...  more

| World Heritage Day on June 3 – the participating ERIH Anchor Points

On the first Sunday in June, as every year, the 40 World Heritage Sites (WHS) in...  more

| Composite Video - WORK-it-OUT - now on YouTube

32 sites in 10 countries, a shared European Dance event, that was WORK-it-OUT  more

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