How lockdowns in the Netherlands affected football
Exploring fortresses on the banks of the river Danube in Serbia, each with their own history, myths and legends
These iconic ships have long been one of the defining symbols of Chinese naval warfare, travel and trade
European Capitals for Sport, Innovation, Green, Youth and Culture
What does ‘flapper’ mean? Even though the true origins of the world are controversial, in the 1920s ‘flapper’ became associated with young women who expressed their freedom through an overt appreciation of a new kind of fashionable look.
Several widely studied grave ensembles were found in the Antinoöpolis necropolis, among them the grave of 'the Embroideress Euphemia'. This blog tells the story of Euphemia, a woman with a unique life, preserved in a unique way, found in a unique …
Benfica started as a group of boys who wanted to play football and is now a successful international club in many sports.
A gesture by Polish pole vaulter Władysław Kozakiewicz at the 1980 Olympics was seen as political
The path toward fair representation of LGBTQ+ people has proven to be a long and daunting one. In this blog, we look at the representation of the LGBTQ+ community in photography and film throughout the 20th Century.
Exploring the scientific and artistic careers of Ludwig van Beethoven, Louis Braille, Mileva Marić, and Francisco de Goya
Artist Johan Hendrik van Mastenbroek captures the gigantic Zuiderzee construction works.
To brighten up this December, we have an Advent Calendar for you - filled with beautiful artworks and pictures exploring the theme of togetherness from the collections of cultural institutions across Europe.
The dissolution of the Jewish communities of the Arab world is commemorated on November 30.
The Stvor camp was part of the Soviet GULag system from the 1940s to 1972.
By the 1970s, Donnay were the world's leading tennis racket manufacturer.
Learn about the precursors of the Reformation, their work and relevance in history.