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the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

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where the longest and highest open-air moving staircase in Germany can be found?

At the Zollverein mining complex in Essen, an anchor point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage. People ascending to the old coal...
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Friedrich Bayer (1825 – 80)

Friedrich Bayer was the son of a silk worker, a member of a family established in the textile industry of Wuppertal, who with others from...
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News

| 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

| ERIH ITALY Annual Meeting 2019: 13th to 14th June at Fondazione Dalmine, Dalmine

Intangible Heritage and Industrial Tourism. How to open the company archives to the...  more

| Survey for 'ERIH Industrial Heritage Barometer 2019' started

Again it covers questions on a range of topics relating to industrial heritage and is...  more

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