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World Heritage Mining Region Erzgebirge/Krušnohoří – in 2019 the time has come! The award recognises the shared Saxon-Bohemian cultural landscape as a groundbreaking catalyst of modern economic and…more
From 8 March to 12 June 2021, the University of Silesia in Katowice held a seminar at its College of Individual Interdisciplinary Studies, where students explored industrial history as well as issues…more
In its ninth edition, the Berlin Forum for Industrial Heritage and Society addresses questions of climate protection and sustainability. In this context, objects and sites associated with industrial…more
With a joint festival of media and arts, the Regional Associations of the Rhineland and Westphalia-Lippe present former sites of industrial work in a new light. At the same time, experts involved in…more
The destruction of the historical evidence of Silesian industrial history prompted the architect, industrial heritage expert and president of the Polish TICCIH Committee, Piotr Gerber, to establish…more
Before the advent of the railway, inland waterways were the most important early industrial means of transport for heavy and bulky loads. The lack of sufficient navigable rivers and lakes soon gives…more
We are just some days away from the start of the annual Industrial Heritage Week in the Dutch province of Noord-Holland. From 20 to 24 October, it offers an exciting mix of music, dance, theatre,…more
For the sixth time, the Hamburg Metropolitan Region is celebrating the "Days of Industrial Culture on the Waterfront" - with 200 events at over 110 monuments, spread over 49 sites. For two days, from…more
On 11 September, the Silesian Voivodeship in Poland will celebrate the 12th edition of the largest festival of industrial culture in Eastern Europe. This year's motto is "Surprising Technology". Plan…more