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that a potash pit in the Werra Valley was once the richest mine in the world?

During the Second World War the gold reserves of the doomed German Reich were stored in the Kaiserroda potash mine in Merkers. In 1945 the...
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Josiah Wedgwood (1750 – 95)

Joseph Wedgwood was, in his lifetime, the best-known pottery manufacturer in Europe. He made many notable contributions to the means of...
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News

| ERIH UK meeting at Rhondda Heritage Park, South Wales

On 12th September 2018, ERIH-UK held a joint meeting at Rhondda Heritage Park with...  more

| 10.-23.09.18: Days of Industrial Heritage Chemnitz and Zwickau

This September, Chemnitz celebrates its ninth industrial heritage festival. For the...  more

| Industrial Heritage Festival in Leoben includes ERIH exhibition "Change with an impact"

Making the concept of industrial heritage come alive is the main objective of the...  more

| August 23-26: 6th Days of Industrial Heritage Leipzig

Taking into account Leipzig's long tradition as a major commercial and industrial...  more

| Approved: Creative Europe Network Funding for ERIH Until September 2019

Creative Europe, the funding programme for Europe's audiovisual, cultural and...  more

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