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ERIH Newsletter: Coronavirus crisis special edition

A virus is shutting down the world and putting life as we know it at a standstill. As a result, ERIH sites are among those being deprived of business and forced to close their facilities indefinitely....


#CreativeEuropeAtHome: Share art and culture from home

The threat of COVID-19 keeps us chained to our homes, but creatives across Europe are demonstrating with a variety of online activities that they refuse to get paralysed. By launching the...


"Industriekultur" magazine: New issue, both digital and printed

Narrow gauge railways – from Spain and Sardinia to Lower Saxony – are the main focus of the current issue, describing various fields of operation and their significance today, including for...



Given the dynamic development of Covid-19 in Europe and the fact that most museums and schools in the meantime are closed until mid or end of April, the ERIH Board decided with a heavy heart to...


Minett Tour: New ERIH regional route exploring Luxembourg's mining and steel history

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...


„Investing in our future“: 90 European institutions call for more cultural funding

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...


ERIH supports the #MuseumsforFuture initiative

Join the Global Climate Strike on 29 November in your city.


ERIH newsletter on Sunday: Detailed review of the ERIH conference in Berlin

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...


The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Centre is an official ERIH Anchor Point

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...


ERIH Industrial Heritage Barometer: the results of the survey in 2019

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...


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