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the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

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that specialists and skilled workers from different European regions migrated to Denmark in the middle of the18th century and contributed to the industrial development of Frederiksvaerk?

When king Frederik 5 moved the gun foundry from Copenhagen to the countryside in Northern Zealand it was enlarged by the powder works and...
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Zino Davidoff (1906 – 94)

Zino Davidoff established himself as one of Europe’s principal suppliers of cigars, and his name remains one of the most powerful brands in...
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News

| Call for papers - ERIH Annual Conference 2019 until 24th June 2019

ERIH's 15th Annual Conference takes place from 16 to 18 October 2019 at ERIH Anchor...  more

| "Twinning of sites" call for proposals

ERIH invites its members to submit applications for the “Twinning of sites” project  more

| "Work it Out" – Dancing Europe: Will the 2nd edition grow even bigger?

3,000 young people, 32 industrial heritage sites, 10 European countries – that are...  more

| Join in: "LINKING EUROPE"- the new projekt for ERIH members started

The object exhibition "Linking Europe" focuses on the traces and testimonials of...  more

| Lecture Series: Quo Vadis Industrial Heritage?

On November 13, World Heritage Site Völklingen Iron Works will be launching a public...  more

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