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On 30 and 31 January ERIH Portugal hosts a conference that highlights innovative approaches to the protection and promotion of Portuguese industrial monuments. Participants include delegates from the…more
Italy, the Czech Republic, Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, the United Kingdom: in many regions of Europe the glass industry used to play an important role - and…more
The imposing blower house of the ERIH Anchor Point Henrichshütte Steelworks in Hattingen (D) features a new attraction: the information point of "Stahl-Zeit-Reisen im Ruhrgebiet und in Südwestfalen"…more
The closing ceremony of the 11th Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe Advisory Forum in Chania/Crete came with a pleasant surprise for ERIH: the "Best Practices Award 2022" for its achievements in…more
In the magazine's 100th issue, ERIH invites readers to folllow the Minett tour across Luxembourg's mining and steelmaking district. The Regional Route features a number of ERIH sites including the…more
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