Red hot steeland smoking chimneys

300 years of industrial history in the Banat Uplands

11/30/18 – 04/28/19

The first German-speaking miners came to the Banat Uplands at the beginning of the 18th century. The region in western Romania, rich in copper, heavy-duty manganese ores, hard coal and many other minerals, was once an important industrial center of Southeast Europe. Today most of the factories are shut down. The impressive industrial architecture still bears witness to the rapid development. From the perspective of the Banat upland Germans, the exhibition looks at 300 years of industrial history Hotel with thermal baths in Bad Füssing, the heart of Southeastern Europe.

In cooperation with the home association of the Banater Berglanddeutsche eV and the cultural advisor for the Danube region