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that an abbot in Belgium built a blast furnace?

In 1771 Dom Nicolas Spirlet, the last abbot of the St Hubert Benedictine monastery, had the St Michael blast furnace built in the wooded...
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Yefim Cherapanow (1774 - 1842) & Miron Yefimvich Cherapanow (1803 – 1849)

Yefim Cherapanov (1774-1842) and his son Miron Yefimovich Cherapanov (1803-49) lived in the ironworking city of Nizhny Tagil in the Urals...
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News

| ERIH UK meeting at Rhondda Heritage Park, South Wales

On 12th September 2018, ERIH-UK held a joint meeting at Rhondda Heritage Park with...  more

| 10.-23.09.18: Days of Industrial Heritage Chemnitz and Zwickau

This September, Chemnitz celebrates its ninth industrial heritage festival. For the...  more

| Industrial Heritage Festival in Leoben includes ERIH exhibition "Change with an impact"

Making the concept of industrial heritage come alive is the main objective of the...  more

| August 23-26: 6th Days of Industrial Heritage Leipzig

Taking into account Leipzig's long tradition as a major commercial and industrial...  more

| Approved: Creative Europe Network Funding for ERIH Until September 2019

Creative Europe, the funding programme for Europe's audiovisual, cultural and...  more

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