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the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

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that specialists and skilled workers from different European regions migrated to Denmark in the middle of the18th century and contributed to the industrial development of Frederiksvaerk?

When king Frederik 5 moved the gun foundry from Copenhagen to the countryside in Northern Zealand it was enlarged by the powder works and...
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Abraham Ganz (1815 – 67)

Abraham Ganz founded an engineering company in Budapest that became the largest in Hungary and influenced developments in technology,...
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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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