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the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

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where the world's first boat lift was built?

Located near Northwich in Cheshire and built in 1875, the Anderton Boat Lift is known as the "Cathedral of the Canals". The masterpiece of...
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Carl Gustaf Patrick de Laval (1845 – 1913)

Laval was a Swedish engineer whose innovations profoundly influenced the growth of the dairy industry and the development of steam power.His...
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News

| 3 to 11 August: 17th Rhine-Main Days of Industrial Heritage 2019

This year's "Days of Rhine-Main Industrial Heritage" are heavily influenced by the...  more

| Night of glory: ExtraSchicht on 29 June

It's time again: The Night of Industrial Heritage on 29 June 2019 puts the Ruhr...  more

| Successful ERIH Germany meeting at Rammelsberg World Heritage Site

In mid-May, 30 participants gathered in Goslar at the ERIH Anchor Point Rammelsberg...  more

| Wolfen Industry and Film Museum becomes new ERIH Anchor Point

As second Anchor Point in Saxony-Anhalt, the Industry and Film Museum (ifm) Wolfen...  more

| ERIH is 'Cultural Route of the Council of Europe'

The die is cast: ERIH has been officially declared a 'Cultural Route of the Council...  more

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