Discover curated content about European identity, its common culture and history, but also the diverse national celebrations and traditions
Napoleon was the most powerful emperor at the beginning of the nineteenth century in Europe
Have fun with our cultural heritage puzzles and discover beautiful artworks when you complete them
Participate and co-create culture
Find your crayons! Sharpen your coloured pencils! And enjoy adding colours in one of the books we have prepared for you.
Crowdsourcing inititive and competition to transcribe documents from Europeana Collections
Featured topics in Europeana with learning resources
First World War was originated in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918.
Apps & Games
Learners can explore, create and experience 3D objects as stories through Europeana and Sketchfab content
Birdie Memory introduces primary school children to birds and their unique songs by using a mobile app in combination with a visually animated poster.
11-11: Memories Retold is a game about WW1 through the eyes of two soliders on different sides of the war.
Building 21st-century competences with digital cultural heritage EN, SP, FR, IT, PT
Learn how to use digital cultural heritage in education from webinars hosted by European Schoolnet and moderated by our Teachers Ambassadors.
This video shows the revolutionary Newcomen steam engine, and how this invention determined modern technology.
Know about how in the second half of the 18th-century engineers improved Newcomen’s design and developed high-pressure steam engines