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Elche is a Spanish city by the Mediterranean Sea, with two UNESCO world heritages: the Palmeral (palm grove), and the Misteri d'Elx theater play (intangible heritage).

Lajos Kozma (8 June 1884 - 26 November 1948) was one of the most authentic representatives of Hungarian Art Nouveau in the early 20th century. This is a subjective selection of Lajos Kozma's furniture designs and their realized furniture versions from…

Across the world different cultures have combined handwriting and art to create aesthetic works of text. These differing traditions across communities and timespans are fascinating to compare.

Since the dawn of time, craftsmen have indulged in designing chairs for the most varied uses. If in the most ancient times chairs were a prerogative reserved for men of power and the aristocratic classes, from the 16th century onwards the chair experience…

What food do you recognise in these pictures? What do you like to eat? What don't you like to eat?

Wall protectors usually follow the same scheme: a naive idealised picture of life with a couple in love or a housewife busy in the kitchen, surrounded by floral motifs. The poem was embroidered in the centre or around the drawing. The text came from folk …

During the Europeana 280 campaign, we asked the Polish Ministry of Culture to select highlights of Polish art. Here is their selection.

See how artists from across Europe have depicted sights and scenes from London, the capital city of the United Kingdom.

In the framework of the European eTwinning A la cA(R)T we integrate in our project resources from Europeanna, so that students come in contact with elements of cultural heritage and specifically with the art of mosaics.

The English poet Geoffrey Chaucer was the first to link Valentine's Day with romantic love, in his poem The Parliament of the Birds in 1382. "...St Valentine is a great lord above, For his love many a bird sings, Now hail, summer, soft sunshine, …

Gallery of archival photos and documents about the Independence of Bulgaria (September 22, 1908).

The dog was the first species to be domesticated and has accompanied humans for centuries performing many roles, such as protecting, herding and hunting. This is a collection of artworks featuring 'man's best friend'.

When the temperature drops it's time to hit the slopes or the ice rink. Strap on your snowshoes, skis or skates and see how winter sports were enjoyed in the past with these vintage photos and historical paintings from across Europe.

This gallery shows groups of women, highlighting the power of female solidarity.

This gallery of photographs, paintings and drawings of mosques - Islamic places of worship - across Europe.

A collection of fruit, vegetables and healthy food

A collection of savoury sweets and processed meat that is actually bad for our health

In the 19th century, balls were the most important social events of the carnival season, which ran from early January to mid-February. Most balls had a long tradition and an almost identical programme year after year.

Coats, scarves, furs, capes: a collection of cool styles for cold weather.

Meet Jakob Fugger and his family, creators of kings, shapers of cities, and catalysts of the Church's schism. The Fuggers, a family of bankers and merchants, had significant influence over much of Europe's economy in the 15th and 16th centuries. T…