Whether you are confined, or working in difficult conditions, the whole team of the Foundation brings you the best of Europe again! Free documentaries, virtual tours of museums, concerts, kits for you and your children, we have found wonders. We will continue to send you other European surprises on a regular basis to share, with one click, without moderation.
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Visit the Sforza

The castle of the famous Sforza dynasty in Milan has opened its doors for a virtual visit. 12 routes give an overview of the 7 museums housed in the castle.

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Spanish Costumes

The virtual tour of the Museum of Costumes in Madrid functions as a digital catalogue of the permanent exhibition that traces the development of fashion through the ages and looks back at the processes of garment manufacture and their social function.

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Archives of the Fabre Museum

The Fabre Museum of Montpellier has put online the catalogues of its collections, old works and private archives of personalities of the region's cultural scene.

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Brukenthal Museum

The Brukenthal National Museum in Sibiu, Romania, provides access to its collections of classical and baroque paintings from the Empire. Some of the works also depict life in Romania at that time.

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Latvia’s National Museum of Arts

Latvia's foremost museum in Riga offers a large collection of modern art, especially from the 20th century. The vast majority of the works are of Latvian origin, giving visitors a better understanding of the artistic movements in the Baltic countries. The museum also has a collection of video art on its website.

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Natural History with David Attenborough

With a virtual audioguide by Sir David Attenborough, the Natural History Museum of London takes us on a journey through the life of the blue whale Hope, the 3D model of the diplodocus skull, or more generally through the museum's rooms with more than 300,000 specimens, and 14 virtual exhibitions.

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Kunstpalast of Düsseldorf

The Düsseldorf Kunstpalast offers a wide range of works, including paintings from the 15th to the early 20th century, engravings, sculptures, but also more modern works, from Expressionism to photography.

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One world: Together at home

In partnership with the World Health Organization and the anti-poverty NGO Global Citizen, a number of artists are taking part in a virtual concert on 18 April, on the initiative of Lady Gaga, to raise funds for healthcare workers and the WHO. The concert will be broadcast on several television channels and social networks (Facebook and Youtube).

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Warsaw Philharmonic

The Warsaw Philharmonic has put many concerts online for free on its Youtube channel: interpretations of Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, Strauss and Szymanowski.

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Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera of London offers a free online program #OurHousetoYourHouse. Complete productions and music masterclasses can be viewed for free via Facebook and YouTube:

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Odéon : theatre and sofa

For entertainment or culture, the Odeon Theatre in Paris is coming to your home during the period of confinement and proposes a series of regularly enriched accessible programmes.

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Christine and the Queens sur Instagram

The French singer Christine and the Queens gives a concert every day at 6 pm on her Instagram account @christineandthequeen.

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The Ballet of Monte Carlo

The Ballet of Monte-Carlo in collaboration with Monaco Info and France 3 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur will broadcast The Nutcracker Company, a choreography by Jean-Christophe Maillot, on 18 April at 5 pm.

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Lessons by the Czech National Ballet

The Czech National Ballet in Prague offers live dance classes several times a week on its Facebook page.

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Archives of photographer Zofia Rydet

The site devoted to the Polish photographer Zofia Rydet provides the public with more than 17,000 photographs from the period 1950-1990 capturing daily life and social conditions.

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Free books on Europe

The Open Editions platform offers free access to digital versions of books published by the Sorbonne, including some classics on the history of European integration.

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E-Learning platform

E-Learning Culture & Languages is an educational platform funded by the Erasmus+ programme. It offers games and courses translated into 10 languages to discover the culture of several Eastern European countries.

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The Plague in German

The Austrian radio station FM4 offers a reading in German of The Plague, the novel by Albert Camus.

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Shakespeare daily

British actor Patrick Stewart, former Star Trek celebrity, reads a sonnet by William Shakespeare every day on his Instagram account.

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The Orloff Project

One of France's best spies disappears just after François Mitterrand is elected as president in France. Where is he, and who is this French woman who has infiltrated an American aeronautical research centre and is wanted by the CIA? Project Orloff, a fiction podcast by France Culture, recreates the troubled atmosphere of the Cold War.

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The World of Yesterday, Memories of a European

Written in 1942 by Stefan Zweig during his exile in Brazil, "The World of Yesterday" is a testimonial narrative about Europe in the first half of the 20th century, based on the memories, experiences and reflections of the author, a description of the gradual disappearance of ancient European societies due to wars and the rise of extremes.

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