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Industrial heritage sites in the Frankfurt-RhineMain metropolitan region that are usually not accessible - from 3 to 11 September they open their doors. And since interest is great, the event has…more
For the 13th time, Silesia is celebrating its industrial legacy with a colourful and diverse festival day. This year's programme, following the Silesian Industrial Monuments Route founded in 2006,…more
Industrialisation in North Hesse began around 1700 with the successful casting of the first steam cylinder for a high-pressure steam engine and culminated in the establishment of major industrial…more
Preserving the past and shaping the future – this is a special challenge for Europe's industrial heritage sites. For our perception of the industrial age increasingly involves controversial issues…more
The Basque Country, an autonomous region in the north of the Spanish peninsula, owes its prosperity to industrialisation, a process that starts as early as the 1840s and unfolds quite differently in…more
Climate change, digitalisation, pandemics, gender equality, inclusion and new values – the world is in a state of fundamental change equivalent to another "industrial revolution". What does this mean…more
Anyone who has visited the ERIH website recently may have noticed the buttons labelled "Listen" and the audio icons dotting the page. They add to our previous measures towards a low-barrier internet…more
The Fortuna Visitor Mine in Solms is the first ERIH Anchor Point in Hesse, Germany. The inauguration ceremony by ERIH President Prof Dr Meinrad Maria Grewenig was attended by Hesse's Minister of…more