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Explore all facets of archaeology from European museums, galleries, libraries and archives.

Discover inspiring art, artists and stories in the digitised collections of European museums, galleries, libraries and archives. Explore paintings, drawings, engravings and sculpture from cultural heritage institutions across Europe.

Explore fashion – historical clothing and accessories, contemporary designs, catwalk photographs, drawings, sketches, plates, catalogues and videos – from more than 30 European public and private institutions.

Explore Europe's industrial heritage through the digitised collections of European cultural heritage organisations and personal stories of our working lives.

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With Khalili Foundation, discover stories of cross-cultural exchange, under-represented cultures and European culture

Find your crayons! Sharpen your coloured pencils! And enjoy adding colours in one of the books we have prepared for you.

Explore the histories of Black people in Europe

a black and white photograph of a man sitting behind a loom-like device that has multiple threads coming down into the spine of a book. The man is in the process of threading a new page through the threads to add to the book.

Heritage showing how artisans and crafters have shaped and remade culture through the ages

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This gallery of old postcards and pictures is selected from newly aggregated documents that came from the Croatian national aggregator eKultura. The postcards and pictures are a part of the Enrich Europeana + project. Stroll through the streets of Zagreb,…

This gallery is part of the Gender Heritage Connection. Objects and texts used during nonviolent protests to create social change are inclusively highlighted in this collection on the cultural heritage of a nonviolent revolution.

Female literacy during the Middle Ages was surprisingly high. Nuns were authors and scribes. Many other women encouraged reading and learning, especially noble woman. One example was Christine de Pizan, a poet at the court of King Charles VI of France. G…

Women's suffrage, the right for women to vote, was a long and hard battle that began at the start of the 19th Century. This gallery highlights the feminist fight for social reform and a voice for women in politics.

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Cyprus Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth

The Moravian Gallery in Brno

Finnish National Gallery