Join on a travel outward from Byzantium’s epicentre in Constantinople to emergent sites in Ravenna, Crete and Mount Athos.
On 9 May 1950, against the backdrop of the Cold War, Robert Schuman issued a declaration which marked the beginning of the process of building the European Community.
Discover how Christopher Columbus's journeys greatly influenced Europe's eating habits.
Explore a variety of customs and traditions across Europe in this online exhibition.
Learn about the importance of music in World War I - before, during and after battle.
Observe Europeans portrayed in real-life situations to showcase the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights.
Go on a photographic journey through 1950s Europe between east and west, and liberty and repression.
Read how a passion for the written word moved out of the Church and into society at large.
Explore the natural and man-made threats to cultural heritage, from ancient times until today.
Let's celebrate the historical contribution of innovative women to human knowledge and culture.
Discover photos full of intricate detail and learn how visually complex images challenge the viewer.
Explore enriching effects of migration - we’ve hand-picked stories of inspiring individuals and communities who have made their mark.
Delve into a unique collection of Greek songs and observe their evolution from the 19th century until today.
Read stories about acclaimed fashion designers from Elsa Schiaparelli to Christian Dior to Cristobal Balenciaga.
Explore photographs of the fruit of labour of farmers, inventors, craftsmen and factory workers.
Discover World War I artists and soldiers and their painting, drawing, sculpture on the Western Front.
Trace the journeys of Finnish artists from the 1880s to the 1930s, across north Africa and the Middle East to New York and New Mexico.
See how sound can be created, explored and measured using mechanics, and how acoustic instruments have influenced mechanical ones.
Learn how the medium of photography was used to capture crowds on film in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.