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that an abbot in Belgium built a blast furnace?

In 1771 Dom Nicolas Spirlet, the last abbot of the St Hubert Benedictine monastery, had the St Michael blast furnace built in the wooded...
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Sir Robert Abbott Hadfield (1858 – 1940)

Sir Robert Hadfield was one of the most influential figures in the European steel industry in the twentieth century. He was born in...
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News

| The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Centre is an official ERIH Anchor Point

At a formal ceremony, the Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center in Berlin celebrated...  more

| ERIH Industrial Heritage Barometer: the results of the survey in 2019

For the second time, ERIH in cooperation with the Ruhr Regional Association conducted...  more

| "Twinning of Sites": Delegation from Zabrze visiting Blaenavon

The exchange programme for ERIH members, "Twinning of Sites", goes on: three days ago...  more

| ERIH honoured as Cultural Route of the Council of Europe

At a formal ceremony, the Council of Europe officially awarded ERIH the title of a...  more

| Just launched: "Linking Europe" shows continental linkages of industrialization

The first sets of ERIH sites are interlinked: on-site displays in the new Linking...  more

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