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
Hugely talented Swedish opera singer who enjoyed worldwide fame in the mid-19th century
How cartographers and others have defined Europe, its lands and borders through maps
Discover beautiful landscapes, historic places and hidden gems across Europe
Extending 36 kilometres along the Danube, the Wachau is a landscape of stunning scenery
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.
Art Nouveau movement spread to the Danube region from the Western European countries at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Decorations and technical advances in architecture, interior, and graphic design, scenography, music, and fashion are admired …
Textiles were naturally used for clothing as well as for decorating the walls of some houses but were, above all, a valuable commodity. Considered important assets, signs of financial affluence, they were greatly prized as gifts in diplomatic exchange and…
Archaeologists use various tools: from trowels to wheelbarrows to even toothbrushes. The excavations need to be also documented: traditional methods include diaries, sketches & photos. While tacheometers, georadars, laserscanners can be used to detect…