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Are You In Europeana?

How I found out about my relative who fought in World War One

The oldest existing Danish sound records
Fighting for new music?

Gustav Mahler and the Second Viennese School

Do you love fairy tales?

Meet Queen Summer

Gustav Mahler and the Vienna Court Opera

A highlight of Gustav Mahler’s career as a conductor

Is there life on Mars?

Is anybody out there?

One man's mass production of opera
Get set, #Europeana280 – join us as we celebrate Europe’s art history the digital way
The Latvian “nightingale” Elfrīda Pakule

One of the great 20th century Latvian opera voices

Seeing is believing

The trick of trompe l’oeil in art

Pan, god of the forest and fields

A wayward god in animal form

How are vinyl records made?

Discover the chemistry behind records

Introducing Europeana 280

Celebrating Europe's diverse and magnificent artworks

The Greatest Traveller in History?

The life and voyages of Ibn Battuta

The echoes of Verdun: a great World War I battle
The Danse Macabre with a modern twist

An artistic genre and an allegory

Japanese artist creates original military artwork inspired by Europeana

Finding artistic inspiration in cultural heritage

#ColorOurCollections: Europeana’s colouring book for grown-ups

Europeana’s colouring book for grown-ups

The cat that ate the candle and the ewe with the crooked horn
Tea reading

Tea is what keeps many of us going