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For two decades he was the British Isles' face on the ERIH map: Jonathan Lloyd, an industrial heritage expert and always available ERIH coordinator for Great Britain's ERIH members and stakeholders.…more
Six months after the first study on the effects of Covid-19 on European museums, the Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) has launched a second survey. It aims to find out how museums deal…more
There will be two parallel venues for the 16th ERIH Annual Conference next Wednesday and Thursday: the Altenberg Zinc Works LVR Industrial Museum in Oberhausen, Germany, and the Internet. This hybrid…more
Industrial culture needs voluntary work! Not only do volunteers raise public awareness of threatened industrial monuments, they are often deeply involved in the preservation of these monuments and in…more
On Saturday, INDUSTRIADA will be celebrating the industrial heritage of the Silesian Voivodeship for the 11th time. The Industrial Heritage Route, on which the festival is based, is also an ERIH…more
7 out of 38 Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe cross Luxembourg. One of them is the European Route of Industrial Heritage, certified almost a year and a half ago. An exhibition celebrating the…more
Hybrid: 7/ 8 October 2020 at LVR Industrial Museum Altenberg Zinc Works. Oberhausen (D) and ONLINE. "Keeping the wheels turning - Succession Planning for Industrial Heritage". The title of this year´s…more
5 days, 38 venues, dozens of events: For the 18th time, the Rhine-Main Industrial Heritage Route invites visitors to explore the past and present of a multi-faceted industrial region on special guided…more
Germany's northernmost highlands, the Harz Mountains, are considered the country's oldest continuous industrial region. It is traditionally dominated by mining, dating back as far as the Bronze Age…more