MEMBERS OF ERIH ASSOCIATION

Please find below the current list of ERIH members.
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Silesian Voivodeship can boast the highest number of historic industrial buildings in Poland. The Marshal Office of the Silesian Voivodeship did bear in mind the significance of monuments for the history and identity of the region. A project consisting of creating a network of the most interesting ...
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Marshal Office of the Silesian Voivodeship
Urząd Marszałkowski Województwa Śląskiego
ul. Ligonia 46
40-037 Katowice, Poland

The 'Verband Industriekultur und Technikgeschichte Schweiz VINTES' (Association Industrial Culture and History of Technology Switzerland) is the umbrella organisation of private and public institutions involved in collecting, preserving and communicating in the fields of industrial heritage and the ...
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Verband Industriekultur und Technikgeschichte Schweiz VINTES
c/o Kilian T. Elsasser
Kaspar Koppstrasse 57
6030 Ebikon, Switzerland

The industrialisation of Asturia began in the mid 19th century when companies with foreign capital (above all Belgian, French and British enterprises) began large-scale activities in the region, especially in the areas of mining and iron and steel production. They were joined at the end of the 19th ...
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Sociedad Regional de Turismo
Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura
C/ Luis Moya Blanco, 261
E-33203 Gijón, Spain

Ostrava | Czech Republic
The Moravian-Silesian region was industrialised already during the times of Austria-Hungary in the 19th century and still today is one of the most important industrial areas in Central Europe with its coal mining, iron and steel production and vehicle industry. ‘Moravian-Silesian Tourism' ...
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Moravian-Silesian Tourism, s.r.o.
Vítkovická 3335
70200 Ostrava, Czech Republic