Welcome

to the EUROPEAN ROUTE OF INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE,
the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

The Route System

spinner
Filter Map
Only Anchor Points
+
Shrink map
Did you know? ...

where to find the deepest visitor mine in Europe?

The shafts in the old Guido colliery in Zabrze (Poland), first set up in 1855, descend to a depth of 320 metres, making it the deepest...
more

Stories about People ...

Sir William George Armstrong (1810 – 1900)

William Armstrong was the principal innovator in the use of hydraulic power, which in his lifetime came to be the means of operating cranes,...
more

News

| 8 to 11 August: Blue Sunday North Hesse 2019

Industrialization changed the image of Northern Hesse from an early stage and...  more

| 3 to 11 August: 17th Rhine-Main Days of Industrial Heritage 2019

This year's "Days of Rhine-Main Industrial Heritage" are heavily influenced by the...  more

| Night of glory: ExtraSchicht on 29 June

It's time again: The Night of Industrial Heritage on 29 June 2019 puts the Ruhr...  more

| 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

This website was last modified on 22ndAugust 2019.

This website uses cookies