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Mining Culture In The Erzgebirge

Dec 16, 2019 The Ore Mountains Erzgebirge on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic is a region rich in history and culture connected to the mining industry. For centuries the cities on both sides of the mountain range had sustained themselves and flourished by the extraction of tin, copper, zinc, uranium, and most importantly silver.

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  • ErzgebirgeKrunoho Mining Region UNESCO World

    ErzgebirgeKrunoho Ore Mountains spans a region in southeastern Germany Saxony and northwestern Czechia, which contains a wealth of several metals exploited through mining from the Middle Ages onwards. The region became the most important source of silver ore in Europe from 1460 to 1560. Mining was the trigger for technological and scientific innovations transferred worldwide.

  • Mining periods Mining Cultural Landscape Erzgebirge

    Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho. The transboundary serial property Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho is located in the Erzgebirge, a Central European low mountain region in the southeast of the Federal Republic of

  • Mining Cultural Landscape Erzgebirge World Heritage Site

    Mining Cultural Landscape Erzgebirge. 2.17. . Erzgebirge Krunoho Mining Region is a mining region that has been used from the Middle Ages onwards. The 95x45 km area is located in southeastern Germany Saxony and northwestern Czechia. Amongst the raw materials mined over the course of centuries were ores of the metals silver, tin, zinc, cobalt, nickel, copper and lead but anthracite and

  • Mining Experience Days Erlebnisheimat Erzgebirge

    Mines, mining museums and mining landscapes offer both young and old the opportunity to explore more of our heritage. From Johanngeorgenstadt to Zinnwald, a whole range of organisations invite visitors to come and get to know a major part of our cultural landscape during the 2019 Mining Experience Days.

  • The Erzgebirge Region of Germany

    Culture. The Erzgebirge culture is heavily based on its historical mining industry. The local folk art made from mined silver, such as nutcrackers and classic clocks, are sold as popular souvenirs even today. The region also has its own local dialect that originated from the miners. The Erzgebirge Mountains are more than just a lovely hiking

  • Mining culture in the Erzgebirge Mineral Processing

    Oct 01, 2015 Mining culture in the Erzgebirge QuelleSource Bergbauverein SchneebergErzgebirge e.V. 1 One of the panels of the Annaberger Miners Alter designed by Hans Hesse, and sanctified in the St Annenkirchen in Annaberg in 1521

  • Czech Republic The Krunoho Mining Region

    The mining and cultural landscape found in the Krun Mountains is unique proof of the work and technical skills of miners who lived centuries ago. The Krun Mountains were mined for various metals beginning in the early medieval period, and this mining activity has left indelible traces in the countryside. Erzgebirge, o.p.s. Read More

  • SchneebergOre Mountains Mining Association celebrates

    Mining culture in the Erzgebirge Hardly any other landscape in Germany has been shaped by ore mining like the Erzgebirge Ore Mountains in Saxony. This region has been married to mining for more than 800 years. When, according

  • CategoryErzgebirgeKrunoho Mining Region Wikimedia

    Tentative World Heritage Site 2012, 2019, Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho Tchquie la UNESCO World Heritage Site 2019, ErzgebirgeKrunoho Mining Region, on developments in architecture or technology, monumental arts, townplanning or landscape design, unique to a cultural tradition, object illustrates significant stage in human history

  • Mining periods Mining Cultural Landscape Erzgebirge

    Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho. The transboundary serial property Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho is located in the Erzgebirge, a Central European low mountain region in the southeast of the Federal Republic of Germany and the northwest of the Czech Republic.

  • Erzgebirge Krunoho

    The Erzgebirge Krunoho Mining Region a serial cultural landscape The unique cultural landscape of the ErzgebirgeKrunoho region is inseparable linked to mining. Since the first discovery of silver ores in 1168, mining and metallurgy have shaped the technical, economic, social and ecological achievements of the region.

  • SaxonBohemian Silver Mines Route Germany

    In the Erzgebirge mountains, eight centuries of mining heritage lives on in todays mining practices, traditions and craftsmanship, as well as in art, culture and

  • Creating cultural change in mining Australian Mining

    Maria Joyce is passionate about the role she can play in shaping company culture. Joyce, MEC Minings general manager strategy and business development, is a strong believer in creating an

  • Touring Erzgebirge Mines in Germany

    In the region, eight centuries of mining heritage live on in todays mining practices, traditions and craftsmanship, as well as in art, culture and religion. Once silver could no longer be mined from the mountains, the people of the Erzgebirge had to find another way to make a living, so they began to cut down the trees and create wood carvings.

  • About us UNESCO World Heritage Centre

    of the World Heritage Committee Fuzhou, China , 29 June 9 July 2020 Committee sessions Statutory Documents Committee decisions More sessions 44 th session 2020 13 th Extraordinary session 2019 43 rd session 2019 42 nd session 2018

  • Erzgebirge Gedacht Gemacht

    Landscape of ideas, habitat, country of the region. The Erzgebirge is a region of superlatives today, there are 340,000 inhabitants living here in an area of 1,828 square kilometres. This represents 186 inhabitants per square kilometre. For good reason, the Erzgebirge region can call itself the most populous low mountain area in Germany. In the Erzgebirge, we also score one of the highest

  • Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho

    Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho. The transboundary serial property Mining Cultural Landscape ErzgebirgeKrunoho is located in the Erzgebirge, a Central European low mountain region in the southeast of the Federal Republic of Germany and the northwest of the Czech Republic.

  • Our World Heritage Mining Cultural Landscape Erzgebirge

    Oct 04, 2017 A project of the Institute of Industrial Archaeology and History of Science and Technology IWTG at TU Bergakademie Freiberg in cooperation with the Frderverein Montanregion Erzgebirge e. V. Friends and Supporters of the Erzgebirge Mining and Smelting Area and the Institute Heritage Studies, as well as partners in the Czech Republic

  • World Heritage facts Erlebnisheimat Erzgebirge

    In July 2019, the World Heritage Committee decided about the inclusion of the ErzgebirgeKrunoho mining cultural landscape on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. The importance of the future World Heritage Site derives from its unique combination of 17 German and five Czech component parts.

  • History Mining Culture of the Ore Mountains Ancient

    Dec 16, 2019 The Ore Mountains Erzgebirge on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic is a region rich in history and culture connected to the mining industry. For centuries the cities on both sides of the mountain range had sustained themselves and flourished by the extraction of tin, copper, zinc, uranium, and most importantly silver.

  • UNESCO declares Erzgebirge region a World Heritage Site

    The Erzgebirge region shared by Germany and the Czech Republic is a unique mountain cultural landscape and a center of mining innovation, the UNESCO said on

  • Czech Republic The Krunoho Mining Region

    The mining and cultural landscape found in the Krun Mountains is unique proof of the work and technical skills of miners who lived centuries ago. The Krun Mountains were mined for various metals beginning in the early medieval period, and this mining activity has left indelible traces in the countryside.

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