Whether you are confined to your home, or working in difficult conditions, the whole team of the Foundation brings you the best of Europe! Free documentaries, virtual tours of museums, concerts, kits for you and your children, we have found some wonderful solutions. Every 3 days, we will send you other European surprises to share without moderation, with just one click.
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Virtual Louvre

From the Victory of Samothrace to large-format prints of the 19th century, including the Mona Lisa and Egyptian artefacts, the Musée du Louvre offers a virtual tour, room by room, of its collections.

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Digital Archives of the “Uffizi”

The Uffizi Museum in Florence offers a virtual tour of its archives and those of Palazzo Pitti on the other bank of the Arno. More than 300,000 works and 600,000 images are available.

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Museums and Monuments of Vienna

The City of Vienna has compiled on its official website a list of virtual tours of its major museums and monuments such as the Albertina, Schönbrunn Palace and the Capuchin Crypt.

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The Prado “with you”

Under the keyword #Pradocontigo (Prado with you), the Prado Museum is posting videos presenting the most prominent artists and their works of art, as well as offering a virtual tour of its collections.

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The “Museum of the World” at the British Museum

The British Museum and Google are offering "the Museum of the World", an interactive chronology of the history of art, from prehistory to the present day, by continent and by theme, such as "art and design", "power and identity" or "living and dying".

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Create your studio via the Rijksmuseum of Amsterdam

The Museum of Amsterdam offers you the opportunity to explore its studio from a selection of its collections or to create your own according to your centres of interest.

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Discovering the treasures of the Berlin Museum Island

Berlin's many museums on Museum Island (Bode, Pergamon, Alte Nationalgalerie, Altes and Neues Museum) are offering numerous virtual tours.

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The Fenice of Venice

The La Fenice Theatre in Venice is offering numerous performances of its shows on its YouTube channel even though you are at home.

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The Paris Opera

In partnership with France Télévisions, the Paris Opera is offering 3 operas and ballets: "Manon" by Jules Massenet, "Giselle" by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, and "Les Indes galantes" by Jean-Philippe Rameau. Each week, the Opera will add a performance from its archives for a period of one week.

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Roskilde festival

The YouTube channel of the rock festival held in Denmark every year will show the highlights of the past events, as well as other content such as interviews with artists and a playlist of the upcoming edition.

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Reading & Leeds Festivals

On the BBC website you can find excerpts from key performances at the 2019 rock and pop festivals in Reading and Leeds.

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Europeana, all of European culture

Europeana Collections, an EU initiative, provides access to more than 50 million digitised titles, music, books and manuscripts, works of art, maps, or resources on natural history, archaeology or sport.

Educ’Arte open to all education professionals

Arte's educational platform is offering free access to teachers so that they can share the content with their students and ensure educational continuity. Request it at the following address

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Cined, cinema for young Europeans

Managed by a consortium of 10 organisations in 9 countries, the European Cinema Education for Youth programme is offering 6 films (dramas, documentaries, features and shorts), adapted to young audiences (6 to 19 years old).

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European MOOCS to learn

Emma, the aggregator of MOOCs (online courses open to all) is providing training in several languages on science and technology topics.

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Gulag, a Soviet story

The Franco-German channel Arte is offering on its site Patrick Rotman's documentary series on the Gulag, which retraces in 3 parts, with exceptional testimonies and archives, the history of the Soviet concentration camp system which constituted the hidden heart of the empire.

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EU Confidential, the podcast from Brussels

Produced by the news website Politico, this weekly podcast follows European news as seen by journalists in Brussels, Paris, London and Berlin, and the politicians they meet.

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France Culture

France Culture offers many podcasts of these programmes, for example on women in Europe.

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European Crossroads

Each week on RFI, Daniel Desesquelle and his guests focus on a European theme or country.

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