|Belfries||Cloth Hall of Ypres|
|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|
|Derwent Valley Mills|
|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|
|Water Management System of Augsburg||Especially in the east of the city, numerous textile factories along the canals and water courses, so that Augsburg was also called the Manchester of Germany. (nom file)|
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