Project - The origins of industrial culture in the Upper Rhine region: mineral resources

Description


Description (EN): Metal mining has been the main form of industry in central Europe since the 13th century. The Regio Mineralia project comprises historians, geologists, archaeologists and environmentalists to study this mining culture, which is unique to the Upper Rhine region and its landscape. A historical atlas of mining industry sites will be produced to raise awareness among schoolchildren and the general public about this aspect of natural and cultural cross-border heritage. There will also be a major exhibition, accompanied by a catalogue.
Description: Depuis le 13e siècle, les mines d’extraction des métaux constituent la première forme d’industrie d’Europe centrale. Historiens, géologues, archéologues et environnementalistes sont rassemblés dans le projet Regio Mineralia pour étudier cette culture minière spécifique au Rhin supérieur et à son paysage. Un atlas historique des sites de l’industrie extractive ainsi qu’une grande exposition accompagnée d’un catalogue seront réalisés pour sensibiliser scolaires et grand public à cet héritage naturel et culturel transfrontalier.
Description: Seit dem 13. Jahrhundert stellt die Gewinnung von Metallen die früheste Industrie in Mitteleuropa dar. Das Projekt Regio Mineralia vereint in diesem Zusammenhang Historiker, Archäologen und Umweltwissenschaftler, um den geschichtlichen Hintergrund dieser spezifischen Montankultur, die sichtbare und verdeckte Spuren in unseren Landschaften hinterlassen hat, aufzuarbeiten. Der zu erarbeitende historische Atlas der metallgewinnenden Industrie und eine große Ausstellung mit zugehörigem Katalog sollen genutzt werden, um Schüler und ein breites Publikum dieses natürliche und kulturelle Erbe näherzubringen.

Thematic Information


Thematics: Cultural heritage and arts  Tourism  
Specific Objective: Increase the empylment supply through the development of strategically relevant economic sectors in the Upper Rhine
Thematic Objective: (8) promoting sustainable and quality employment and supporting labour mobility by:
Investment Priority: (8b) supporting employment-friendly growth through the development of endogenous potential as part of a territorial strategy for specific areas, including the conversion of declining industrial regions and enhancement of accessibility to, and development of, specific natural and cultural resources


Project Summary


Project name (EN): The origins of industrial culture in the Upper Rhine region: mineral resources
Project name: Aux origines de la culture industrielle dans le Rhin Supérieur: les ressources minérales
Project name (Other language): Die Anfänge der Industriekultur am Oberrhein : die Bodenschätze
Project acronym: Regio mineralia

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2017-07-14

Web: http://www.interreg-oberrhein.eu/projekte/liste-der-projekte/

Project start date: 2016-09-01
Project end date: 2019-08-31
Project status: Closed

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 1.830.839,00
European Union funding: EUR 915.419,50

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Partners Data


Lead Partner (EN): Université de Haute-Alsace
Lead Partner: Université de Haute-Alsace
Address: 2 rue des Frères Lumière, MULHOUSE Cedex, France
Website: info.interreg@grandest.fr
Legal status: public

Department: Civil Engineering - Institute Jean Lamour
Address: cours Léopold, Nancy cedex, France
Legal status: public
Website: http://www.univ-lorraine.fr/
Address: 4 rue Blaise Pascal, Strasbourg, France
Legal status: public
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Address: 1 rue Claude Goudimel, Besançon, France
Legal status: public
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Address: 4 rue Weisgerber, Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, France
Legal status: private
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Address: Place de l''église, Sentheim, France
Legal status: public
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Address: Belfortstrasse 22, Freiburg, Germany
Legal status: public
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Address: Berlinerstrasse 12, Esslingen, Germany
Legal status: public
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