Founded in Moscow, the Habima theatre company dreamed of a Jewish cultural renaissance through Hebrew. They moved to Tel Aviv in 1931 and became the national theatre in 1958. Today its iconic building at Habima Square is a cultural hotspot. Curated by XX …
In the early 20th century, people's passion for sport led to them having formal portrait photographs taken. Curated by Ajuntament de Girona for Europeana Sport
Dress up like an astronaut, make space shuttle chocolates, build your own rocket or send a Smurf to Mars! Space traveling is cutting-edge science but can also be serious fun. This gallery is bound to leave you smiling. Curated by XX Partners
In this gallery, discover full texts of masterpieces of world literature on Europeana - from medieval manuscripts to contemporary books.
Beloved in Japan, and found in many countries across Europe, the cherry tree welcomes spring with its bright and beautiful blossoms
Vänern in Sweden is the largest lake in the European Union. This gallery of photographs and objects explores the lake and region's cultural and social heritage.
From the early days of archaeology, women have made significant contributions, even though their participation in the field was often discouraged. Take a look at the gallery of famous and lesser-known female archaeologists.
A woman wearing a suit is a political statement. In the 1970s and 1980s, power suits and other attire became a way for women to establish their authority in a male-dominated world. Curated by Europeana XX project partners.
Explore this gallery of drawings and paintings by Impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
People have bought and sold goods at markets for centuries. Explore these paintings, photographs and more of markets across Europe.
If it wasn't for the cunning rat, the ox would have won the race in the Chinese fable of the Great Race, which pitted all of the animals of the zodiac against each other. Oxen have been used for transport and agriculture by humans since 4000 BCE.
Since 1901, 57 women have been awarded a Nobel Prize. From first-ever winner Marie Curie to 2020 laureate Emmanuelle Charpentier, this gallery celebrates outstanding accomplishments in Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Literature and Peace. Curated by the Eur…
Horses have appeared in works of art throughout history, reflecting their close connection with humans. This gallery shows paintings, sketches and sculptures of horses in art.
Explore these posters from across Europe advertising a variety of sports and sporting events. Gallery curated by Europeana Sport project partners
Throughout history, mosaic art has been an expression of aesthetics, spirituality and luxury. Here are inspirational Greek, Roman and Christian mosaics that have brought art and color to the walls and floors of palaces, theatres, churches, public building…
Following in his father's footsteps, Ernest Rude was a Norwegian photographer who worked in the early 20th century. He is best known for his portrait photography which you can explore in this gallery.
Chess is a board game with a long history. In this gallery, discover players, pieces and papers relating to chess from across Europe.