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the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

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which town has the most warehouses?

It's Hamburg. The legendary Speicherstadt (warehouse district) takes its visitors back to the days of colonialism. Built in the years...
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Rudolf Diesel (1858 – 1913)

In the course of the 20th century the diesel engine became the principal means of propelling seagoing ships, heavy lorries and motor...
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News

| Photo competition: "This summer I visit Europe – explore culture close to you"

In the wake of the pandemic, Europeans are discovering Europe – a trend encouraged by...  more

| Industrial heritage of Northern Hesse/Germany: BLUE SUNDAY on the go SPECIAL 2020

BLUE SUNDAY, the annual long weekend of industrial heritage in Northern Hesse, always...  more

| ANIH Bulletin: Making ERIH an example of interdisciplinary industrial heritage

In its latest bulletin the Asian Network of Industrial Heritage (ANIH) provides a...  more

| The German journal "Industriekultur" portrays four ERIH Anchor Points

The latest "Industriekultur" issue explores the origins and highlights of mechanical...  more

| Official opening on 11 July: „Boom. 500 years of industrial heritage in Saxony“

With almost three months delay, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it will be finally...  more

This website was last updated on 10th August 2020.

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