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Luxembourg, surprising as it might seem, was once an industrial powerhouse. The centre of this development was the ore mining district in the south of the duchy right at the border of the Lorraine and...more
A proposal by the European Parliament aims to increase the budget of the Creative Europe programme supporting the cultural and audiovisual sectors to €2.8bn. In an open letter, 90 European cultural...more
On Sunday, the first ERIH newsletter after a lengthy break will be released. It provides a comprehensive overview of the recent ERIH Annual Conference. Three questions are paramount: Where does ERIH...more
At a formal ceremony, the Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center in Berlin celebrated its membership in the European Route of Industrial Heritage. It is the second Anchor Point of the ERIH Berlin...more
For the second time, ERIH in cooperation with the Ruhr Regional Association conducted a survey on the state of industrial heritage in Europe. It shows that an increasing number of people in Europe are...more
The exchange programme for ERIH members, "Twinning of Sites", goes on: three days ago staff members of the Guido Mine and Queen Louise Adit colliery museums from Zabrze, Poland, arrived at the Big Pit...more
At a formal ceremony, the Council of Europe officially awarded ERIH the title of a European Cultural Route. ERIH President Prof. Dr. Meinrad Maria Grewenig accepted the certificate last week in Sibiu,...more
The first sets of ERIH sites are interlinked: on-site displays in the new Linking Europe design illustrate by means of concrete examples how industrialization transcends national borders. The same...more
For the fifth time, the Hamburg Metropolitan Region will be showcasing its exciting industrial heritage over two days. The Elbe, its tributaries and various artificial waterways are the focus of...more