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7 out of 38 Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe cross Luxembourg. One of them is the European Route of Industrial Heritage, certified almost a year and a half ago. An exhibition celebrating the...more
Hybrid: 7/ 8 October 2020 at LVR Industrial Museum Altenberg Zinc Works. Oberhausen (D) and ONLINE. "Keeping the wheels turning - Succession Planning for Industrial Heritage". The title of this year´s...more
5 days, 38 venues, dozens of events: For the 18th time, the Rhine-Main Industrial Heritage Route invites visitors to explore the past and present of a multi-faceted industrial region on special guided...more
Germany's northernmost highlands, the Harz Mountains, are considered the country's oldest continuous industrial region. It is traditionally dominated by mining, dating back as far as the Bronze Age...more
The agenda is packed, the list of participating sites is long: Leipzig (Germany) will be celebrating its industrial culture even under pandemic conditions, thus contributing significantly to the Year...more
It was a successful debut: On 22 July, representatives of the German ERIH sites discussed and exchanged ideas online for the first time. The subject: "surviving the crisis". More specifically, the...more
In the wake of the pandemic, Europeans are discovering Europe – a trend encouraged by the European Commission with a photo competition. It is open to all European citizens who are ready to share a...more
BLUE SUNDAY, the annual long weekend of industrial heritage in Northern Hesse, always featured the extra programme "On the Go" with exclusive tours of special places or plants still in operation. Due...more
In its latest bulletin the Asian Network of Industrial Heritage (ANIH) provides a detailed introduction to ERIH. The article by Rainer Klenner, ERIH board member and webmaster, discusses ERIH's...more
The latest "Industriekultur" issue explores the origins and highlights of mechanical engineering in Germany, taking readers to Chemnitz, Hamburg, Oberhausen and the cross-border region around Aachen...more