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Did you know? ...

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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Stories about People ...

Sir Charles Algernon Parsons (1854 – 1931)

He was born in London of a family whose roots were at Birr in Ireland. He studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and graduated in the...
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News

| Under construction: Visit to the Altenberg zinc works, host of the ERIH Annual Conference

There will be two parallel venues for the 16th ERIH Annual Conference next Wednesday...  more

| Looking for a Master's thesis on "Volunteer management at industrial heritage sites"

Industrial culture needs voluntary work! Not only do volunteers raise public...  more

| 26 September: Industriada 2020

On Saturday, INDUSTRIADA will be celebrating the industrial heritage of the Silesian...  more

| Luxembourg : Exhibition on the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe

7 out of 38 Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe cross Luxembourg. One of them is...  more

| Registration now open for 16th ERIH Annual Conference

Hybrid: 7/ 8 October 2020 at LVR Industrial Museum Altenberg Zinc Works. Oberhausen...  more

This website was last updated on 21st October 2020.

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