Welcome to Europeana
Discover inspiring cultural heritage from European museums, galleries, libraries and archives
The European Parliament, the fall of the Berlin Wall and German reunification
How cartographers and others have defined Europe, its lands and borders through maps
Polish Jewish migrant Tuschinski established several cinemas in the Netherlands, particularly in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
The first gymnastics societies in Bulgaria were youth organisations imbued with national ideals
From the Grand Tour to ERASMUS+, the histories behind students' educations in other countries
See where nature meets science and society! There are more than 900 botanical gardens in Europe.
Discover beautiful landscapes, historic places and hidden gems across Europe
Extending 36 kilometres along the Danube, the Wachau is a landscape of stunning scenery
Spanning rivers, canals, lakes and seas to connect communities, regions and countries
Find a background for your Zoom meetings
Download freely reusable high resolution artworks to use as virtual backgrounds.
When in need of some calm, explore this gallery of beautifully serene landscapes and peaceful nature views.
Vivid abstract art in different art styles and genres, from expressionism to symbolism over cubism and surrealism.
From an artist's atelier to a lawyer's office, from an inside of the church to a bookshop.
On 3 October 1990, German unification was achieved, effectively transforming the future of European integration.
Learn about a peaceful revolution: the August 1980 shipyard strike in Poland.
For centuries, cartographers and others have defined Europe, its lands and borders through maps.
The human body has been depicted throughout different cultures and times. As the representation of anatomic details became more accurate, statuary managed to embody emotions, social status, power and relationships, redefining standards of beauty and self-…
German boxer Max Schmeling was world heavyweight boxing champion of the world in the 1930s
The story behind a viral photograph of Swedish artist Einar Bager painting naked