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The plan of the Geological and Mining Park of Sardinia has been elaborated by EMSA (Sardinian Mining Agency). It provides for eight areas which are spread over the entire island, and which have been selected depending on the geological and mining importance, archaeological remains and natural ...
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Geological Mining Park of Sardinia
Parco Geominerario Storico e Ambientale della Sardegna
Via Monteverdi 16
09016 Iglesias, Italy

Pray | Italy
Zignone Brothers wool mill – today better known as the “Factory of the Wheel” – was built in 1878 as a full cycle factory, manufacturing cloths from wool with all the processes internalized; big wheels activated by a turbine and connected with metal cable characterise this still working system – the ...
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Factory of the Wheel
Fabbrica della ruota
Regione Vallefredda, 1
13867 Pray, Italy

Reggio Emilia | Italy
The Historical Archive of Officine Reggiane contains company documents dating from 1904 to 1994, testifying almost 100 years of industrial activity in various productive sectors (railway, agricultural, aeronautical, food machinery). At the height of its development, the factory was the fourth ...
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Officine Reggiane Historical Archive
Archivio Storico Officine Reggiane
Via Dante Alighieri 11
42121 Reggio Emilia, Italy

Amarelli family represents a story in the history, a saga, which began in the 11th century and continued over the centuries through Crusades, intellectual effort and farming. A history that you can now experience and live in the “Giorgio Amarelli” Licorice Museum. Seat of the Museum is the historic ...
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"Giorgio Amarelli" Licorice Museum
"Giorgio Amarelli" Museo della Liquirizia
Contrada Amarelli Strada Statale 106
87067 Rossano, Italy

Ruda | Italy
The Chiozza starch factory is a real unique first industrial revolution factory fully equipped with the original machinery. More than 30 old machines powered by a steam machine are preserved. The factory was founded  in 1865 by Luigi Chiozza, a chemist and entrepreneur who developed and patented a ...
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Chiozza Starch Factory
Amederia Chiozza
Via Luigi Pasteur
33050 Ruda, Italy

The Rijeka’s torpedo launching and testing station is place where in 1866 the first torpedo Luppis-Whitehead was invented and tested.  Whitehead torpedo factory in Rijeka was the first torpedo factory on the world, and the Whitehead torpedoes became for almost half the century the standard navy ...
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Torpedo launching and testing station
Tvornica "Torpedo" PRO TORPEDO Rijeka
Milutina Baraca 19
51000 Rijeka, Croatia

Līgatne | Latvia
The 30 wooden houses that comprise the village of Ligatne were built in the late nineteenth century to accommodate workers at a substantial paper mill which itself dates from 1816. The mill still operates and prides itself on making high quality products from waste paper. The buildings are of brick, ...
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Līgatne Paper Mill Village
Touristinformation
Spriņģu iela 2
LV 4110 Līgatne, Latvia

Hyllestad | Norway
Nearly 400 quarries are identified in Hyllestad. The production of quernstones dates to the Viking Age, c. 800s, and continued up to more recent times, and represents an approx. 1200 years old industrial history. At approx. 1000 AD, the range of product types was expanded with millstones for ...
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Norwegian Millstone Centre
Norsk Kvernsteinsenter
6957 Hyllestad, Norway

Løkken Verk | Norway
The local community Løkken Verk has developed during more than 300 years of mining industry. The ore in the Løkken field was discovered in 1652 and the mines put into operation in 1654. Later this find proved to be one of the greatest cuperous-pyrite deposits in the world. During the first 250 years ...
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Orkla Industrial Museum
Orkla Industrimuseum
Torfinn Bjørnaas plass 2
7332 Løkken Verk, Norway

Sjølingstad Woollen Mill was established in 1894 and produced yarn and fabrics sold in great parts of southern Norway until 1984. In 1986 the idea of reopening the mill as a „working textile museum" were launched. Government funds made it possible to purchase a majority of the shares, restore ...
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Sjølingstad Woollen Mill Museum
Vest-Agder-museet Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrik
Sjølingstad
4513 Mandal, Norway

Vik i Sogn | Norway
Refsdal power plant was build in 1913 in the typical style of early power plant of its time in rural districs of Norway. The plant presents a complete display of a hydroelectric power station with intake dam, pipe line, production building and outlet canals which all have undergone an extensive ...
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Refsdal Power Plant 1913
Refsdal Kraftstasjon
Tourist Information of Vik c/o Blix Hotell Sentrumsgata
6893 Vik i Sogn, Norway

Eisenerz | Austria
The city museum of Eisenerz, centrally located in the Old Town Hall at the Bergmannplatz since 2011, takes the visitor back to the heyday of local ironwork in the 16th century, with the prestigious council chamber of 1583 and the former jail as proper setting.The museum tour leads visitors from the ...
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Museum in the Old Town Hall
Bergmannplatz 1
8790 Eisenerz, Austria

The Leoben MuseumsCenter with its state-of-the-art design translates 2,000 years of local, regional, and mining history into a complex experience that invites visitors to ride on “Seven rails into the past”. The seven rails stand for seven outstanding events that shape Leoben’s history and can be ...
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MuseumsCenter | Kunsthalle Leoben
Kirchgasse 6
8700 Leoben, Austria

Radmer | Austria
Copper has been mined in the Radmer valley since the Bronze Age. Between 1590 and 1620 Radmer was one of the most important Alpine copper mining regions. In 1855 the mine was closed, leaving a total of 60 galleries that are mostly unknown or not accessible.Only the Paradeisstollen with its labyrinth ...
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Copper Visitor Mine
Radmer 36
8795 Radmer, Austria

Vordernberg | Austria
Vordernberg was for many centuries the main centre of iron smelting south of the mountain. Most of the surviving monuments date from the reorganization of the trade in the mid-19th century. The centre of the town is a well with an elaborate wrought-iron cover of 1668. Adjacent to it is Radwerk IV, a ...
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Radwerk IV Blast Furnace Museum
Peter-Tunner-Straße 2
8794 Vordernberg, Austria

Wildalpen | Austria
The museum, located in the noble 17th century mansion that once belonged to the owner of a hammer mill, is devoted to the history of water supply and to the achievements in constructing the Vienna spring water pipeline which was of significant importance for the water supply of city.Since 1910 the ...
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Museum HochQuellenWasser
Säusenbach 14
8924 Wildalpen, Austria

Katowice | Poland
Katowice is a city of more than 300,000 inhabitants, at the centre of one of Europe’s principal coal-mining and iron-making regions. In the nineteenth century it was part of the Prussian province of Silesia, but from 1922 was incorporated into Poland. The suburb of Nikiszowiec is one of the most ...
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Nikiszowiec Settlement
• Muzeum Historii Katowic, ul. Rymarska 4, 40-425 Katowice +48 (0) 32 - 2561810
• Stowarzyszenie Fabryka Inicjatyw Lokalnych, Plac Wyzwolenia 21
40-423 Katowice, Poland

Katowice - Szopienice | Poland
It is one of the landmarks in the history of the mighty steel industry, which provided employment and livelihoods for many generations of residents of Katowice up until not so long ago. The Zinc Rolling Mill was built in 1904 near Huta Bernhard (Bernhard Steelworks) and the railway line from ...
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Zinc Rolling Mill
Walcownia
11 listopada 50
40-387 Katowice, Poland

The Bread and School Museum is not a typical museum. The exhibits are not displayed in show cases as in many other museums. No, here everything is easily accessible and visitors can actually handle and touch the interesting and unusual exhibits. The museum was established as a “labour of love” by ...
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Museum of Bread, School and Curiosities
Muzeum Chleba, Szkoly i Czekawostek
ul.Z.Nałkowskiej 5
41-922 Radzionków, Poland

Żyrardów | Poland
Friendly, hospitable Żyrardów invites you to stroll through the charming nineteenth-century streets of the only post-industrial settlement in Europe that has been 95% preserved. Żyrardów, Poland’s former flax capital, delights visitors with the richness unexpected in such a small town of its ...
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Zyrardow factory town
Resursa
1 Maja 45
96300 Zyrardow, Poland

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