Úsaideann an suíomh gréasáin seo fianáin chun cinntiú go mbainfidh tú tairbhe ar fheabhas ónár suíomh gréasáin. Má chliceálann tú nó má ndéanann tú nascleanúint ar an suíomh, aontaíonn tú lenár mbailiúchán eolais trí na fianáin.
Ernst Kleiber, German prisoner of war, created a richly-illustrated manuscript while in Russian custody in Central Asia (1915-1918). Take a look at those detailed sketches of the flora and fauna of Turkestan, the region where he was held captive.
While settling in new nations, people who are refugees or have migrated have been setting up and working in new businesses. This gallery shows stores, cafes, restaurant, bakeries and more bringing benefits to their communities.
Part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the dissolution of the Dual Monarchy in 1918, Hungary was changed profoundly by World War One. Images in this gallery provide you with an impression of what happened during four years of warfare.
Hungary’s capital is bisected by the river Danube and its origins began with Aquincum, a Celtic settlement. Hungarians arrived in the territory in the 9th century and today, its famous Chain Bridge links Buda with Pest, united in 1873. Gallery curated by Forum Hungaricum.
Rainbows have been used as symbols for centuries, from biblical scenes to heraldry to the symbol of pride. This gallery shows all the colours of the rainbow in manuscripts, posters, paintings, and more.
Migration occurs everywhere and at anytime, sometimes forced, sometimes by choice. This gallery shows photographs, sketches and drawing of people in transit, leaving their homes in search of new horizons.
In the First World War Czechia was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. However, large numbers of Czechs (and Slovaks) defected on the Russian front and formed the Czechoslovak Legion, depicted in this gallery.
Staying in contact with loved ones has never been easier than today. Still, people always tried to stay in contact with their families and friends after moving far away. Browse our selection of migrants' letters and postcards home!
Although these instruments are all played by operating a chromatically arranged keyboard, the sounds produced can be generated by plucking or striking strings, by using columns of air, or electronically.
Paris’ 3rd World Fair marked France’s recovery after the Franco-Prussian War. Covering 270,000 m², it featured inventions such as Bell's telephone, Edison’s phonograph and Mouchot’s solar powered engine. In the Trocadéro gardens, the head of the Statue of Liberty was on display.