Belfries: Cloth Hall of Ypres
Brugge: Cloth Hall
Camino Real: Ojuelos - 19th century wool textile buildings (AB ev)
Cracow: Sukiennice Cloth Hall
Crespi d'Adda: Started by the textile manufacturer Cristoforo Benigno Crespi
Florence: "Palazzo dell' Arte della Lana" was the guildhall of the Florentine wool merchants
Hedeby and Danevirke: The numerous pit houses in Hedeby probably served to process textiles during summer.
Heritage of Mercury: Idrija: The same routes used by mercury were also the trade routes for Idrijan lace, created by miners' wives from the 17th century onwards. (nom file)
Lyon: Musée des Tissus (Museum of Textiles - 1864)
Prehistoric Pile Dwellings: the oldest textiles in Europe dating to 3,000 BC come from the pile dwellings (AB ev)
Provins: It bears witness to early developments in the organization of international trading fairs and the wool industry (UNESCO website)
Tugendhat Villa: Fritz Tugendhat owned a textile factory
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