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Banks of Xares

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Balneario de Santo Tomás de Beto (Fotografía de Jaime Mako, 2004 en

The generous contributions of many persons lead us to discover splendid corners. In this case, they were some Silvia Perez Fraga’s comments that push us to learn about the copper mines of O Seixo and of Carballal da Vila, the foundries of Millarado and Mondón, and Beto’s resort.

XII Congress of the Spanish Society for History of the Sciences and of the Technologies

Friday, March 21st, 2014

The Spanish Society for History of the Sciences and of the Technologies (SEHCYT) summons its XII Congress which, with the general title of “Science and Technology between the Peace and the War”, will be held in the Faculty of Education of the Complutense University of Madrid from September 10th to September 12th, 2014.

At you can accede to all the information relative to these summons: Presentation, Thematic Areas, Inscription Bulletin, Template for the Summaries of Communications, Deadlines, etc.

Entremos na Panificadora

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014



A portal so interesting as useful in the area of the industrial heritage has disappeared, and with it more than a hundred cards that were gathering diverse elements of the industrial heritage of Vigo and its neighbourhood

Salting factory in Ancoradouro

Monday, February 17th, 2014

O que queda do almacén de salga de Ancoradouro (Manuel Lara, 2013)

Another small jewel of our first industrialisation that helplessly faint in a coastal corner disfigured by our abandonment.

Averly Foundry

Sunday, January 12th, 2014


The historical set of industrial character formed by the workshops and other buildings of the company Averly S.A., in the urban center of the city of Saragossa, it is the best testimony in the capital of the golden epoch of the Aragonese industrialization. Averly is the most ancient foundry in Aragon and one of the most important historical heritage buildings of the industry in Spain. Please, defend with us APUDEPA’s proposal in order that the whole set, both industrial (including the storehouses and the furnaces), as residential (included the garden) and the and movable and documentary material is declared Good of Cultural Interest (BIC). More information at  Hispania NostraLanuza Casco ViejoHeraldo de AragónChange


Buxa, of public usefulness

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

Buxa, the Galician Association for Industrial Heritage, has been declared of public usefulness (public-interest organization) by order of December 20, 2013 (D.O.G. no. 1, of 02/01/2014), so their partners and benefactors will be able to deduce fiscally their contributions, according to arranged in Spanish Law 49/2002.


Estaleiros da Graña (Gonzalo Carrasco Lara, 2011)

Cheers and good luck!

Saturday, December 21st, 2013
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Altos hornos (Darío de Regoyos, 1857-1913)

Furelos’ Tanning Factory

Saturday, November 30th, 2013

Curtidoría de Furelos (Manuel Lara, 2013)

The old tanning factory of San Juan de Furelos (Melide), established in 1817, worked without interruption until 1965.


Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
Muíño de Vidal (Juan Lara, 1987)1

Muíño de Vidal (Debuxo de Juan Lara, 1987)

Since the first Seminar held in 1995 in Santiago de Compostela, the International Congresses of Molinology are a referent in the study of the mills and other traditional devices, and in the almost two decades that they perform in different places of the Spanish geography, they accumulate an important investigation archive on this ethnographic heritage.

The Ninth International Congress of Molinology, promoted by the Association for the Conservation and Study of the Mills (ACEM) in collaboration in this occasion with the Association for the Conservation of the Vegetable Garden of Murcia (HUERMUR), will be held in Murcia on May 9th, 10th and 11th, 2014. You will find wide information in this regard at

Mourisca’s Salted Fish Factory

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Salga de Mourisca (Manuel Lara, 2013)

Small jewels of ours first industrialisation helplessly faint in coastal corners disfigured by our abandonment.