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Engelsberg Ironworks is considered to be one of the world's most important industrial heritage and is since 1993 a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The buildings and most of the technical equipment remains. Waterwheel, crusher, blower and hammers still...more
Unfortunately, the web site had given us false expectations. We chose Engelsberg because we thought we would get the inside on iron works, When we got there, the buildings were closed and signed as private property. We have learned afterwards that there are guided tours...More
I was travelling in the area, and this site was one of my points of interest. Great visit! However, because it was just before season, I could not go inside the buildings, just wandered around outside, and walked the trails, where you can find a...More
Stopped by here for a quick visit because it is a UNESCO world heritage site. Some old buildings to see. A couple of guides offered a tour of the place. It looks like there is a new building going up that may provide more information...More
In the Swedish Bergsslagen not far from Fagersta you find the World heritage site Engelsbergs bruk. It is a well preserved site with an ironworks, manor and other buildings that normally existed close to an ironworks in Sweden.
The normal open time is in the...More