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where to find the first salt mine of the world?

From the Middle Ages up to the 20th century the people of Wieliczka in Poland continuously mined salt. That's why the local mine was called...
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Stories about People ...

Paul La Cour (1846 – 1908)

Paul La Cour was a pioneer in the application of wind-power, a sphere in which Denmark has led Europe in the twentieth- and twenty-first...
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News

| ERIH newsletter on Sunday: Detailed review of the ERIH conference in Berlin

On Sunday, the first ERIH newsletter after a lengthy break will be released. It...  more

| The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Centre is an official ERIH Anchor Point

At a formal ceremony, the Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center in Berlin celebrated...  more

| ERIH Industrial Heritage Barometer: the results of the survey in 2019

For the second time, ERIH in cooperation with the Ruhr Regional Association conducted...  more

| "Twinning of Sites": Delegation from Zabrze visiting Blaenavon

The exchange programme for ERIH members, "Twinning of Sites", goes on: three days ago...  more

| ERIH honoured as Cultural Route of the Council of Europe

At a formal ceremony, the Council of Europe officially awarded ERIH the title of a...  more

This website was last updated on 16thNovember 2019.

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