We’re excited to announce the release of the German version of Historypin!
The translation was carried out as part of our new partnership with the Zeit.shift project, a cooperation between the Dr. Friedrich Teßmann Library (Bolzano, Italy), the Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Tirol (Innsbruck, Austria) and Eurac Research (Bolzano, Italy) funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Interreg V-A Italia – Austria 2014-2020, which seeks to preserve and enhance the cultural and textual heritage of the historical region of Tyrol.
This translation joins other Historypin language translations done in coordination with volunteers and local history projects, including:
- Arabic and Hebrew, thanks to the Haifa University Urban Memory Project
- Hungarian, thanks to volunteer Historypinner Laszlo Patonai
- French, thanks to the team at Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ)
- Spanish, thanks to the Comparte Tu Rollo project with the National Library of Colombia
If there are other languages you’d like to see on Historypin or improve our pages? Let us know and we can help set up a volunteer or project-based translation event.