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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Marta Herford

The Marta Herford Museum of Contemporary Art in North Rhine-Westphalia reopened its doors on May 19. It is now possible to visit several of its temporary exhibitions, on glass and concrete in architecture, or the work by artist David Nuur.

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At the Pitti Palace

While the Boboli Garden in Florence has reopened to the public, the Pitti Palace overlooking it remains closed. The collections of Renaissance paintings, sculptures and decorative arts are available online.

Visit the palace | Visit the garden


Pending its reopening on June 1, the Mauritshuis in The Hague, which houses among other masterpieces several paintings by Vermeer, offers exhibitions and virtual tours, as well as a mobile application to discover the museum and its collections of Dutch paintings.

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Lëtzebuerg City Museum

The Luxembourg City Museum, which reopened its doors on 14 May, also offers 360° virtual tours of its temporary and permanent collections relating to the history of the city and its industries.

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Prisme 7

Prisme 7 is a game designed by artists offering an interactive discovery of more than 40 emblematic works of art at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, based on themes such as the relationship between colour and emotion, or light and immersion.

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The Acropolis and its Museum

The Acropolis has been open to visitors again since 18 May. Its museum remains closed but offers an online overview of its collections, a tour of the archaeological excavations and applications to discover rooms as well as the Parthenon friezes.

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Avant-garde at the Belvédère

The Belvedere Museum in Vienna celebrated its reopening on 15 May with the exhibition "Into the night, the avant-garde in the night cafés", devoted to the alternative art scenes of the period 1880-1960. In addition, the museum offers free virtual tours of its collections.

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The Cau Ferrat Museum

Created by the artist Santiago Rusinol in 1893 in Sitges, the Cau Ferrat Museum is devoted to the modern arts, especially drawing, painting and sculpture. It offers virtual tours of its collections, as well as online exhibitions.

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Walker Art Gallery

The Walker Art gallery in Liverpool exhibits works by British artists such as Lucian Freud and L.S. Lowry, as well as paintings by European masters such as Rembrandt, Poussin and Monet. While waiting for the museum to reopen, its website offers a tour of its collections, as well as videos and articles on art history.

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National Theatre of San Carlo

The San Carlo National Theatre in Lisbon offers videos of past performances, unpublished videos of members of the choir and orchestra, and a podcast on the history of the theatre.

Watch the videos | See the page

Live concert at the Berlin Philharmonic

On May 23 at 7 p.m., the Berlin Philharmonic will broadcast live the concert by conductor Kirill Petrenko with Arnold Schönberg's Verklärte Nacht, the Prelude à lʼaprès midi dʼun faune by Claude Debussy and chamber music 1 by Paul Hindemith.

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National Theatre of Wallonia-Brussels

The National Theatre of Wallonia-Brussels offers on its website 12 free broadcasts of shows performed on its stage over the last few years.

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Mahler Festival in Amsterdam

The online Mahler Festival with the nine symphonies by Mahler and Das Lied von der Erde is available free of charge on the website of the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. The recordings can be consulted up to ten days after their release, i.e. until May 27.

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Royal Opera Stockholm

The Royal Opera House in Stockholm offers you the opportunity to see several concerts, the last of which was broadcast on May 20 with works by Mozart.

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Relive Primavera Sound

The Primavera Sound festival of Barcelona offers listeners its best live shows under the banner #relivePrimavera. Listen again to the concerts of Bon Iver, Belle&Sebastian, Jane Birkin, Caribou, Pixies, Charli XCX, Moderat, Christine and the Queens, The Walkmen, Angel Olsen, Queens Of The Stone Age, Wilco, Refused, etc. One concert a day on YouTube.

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Riga Opera

Pending its reopening on June 9, the Riga Opera House is offering concerts and ballets by Monteverdi, Lulli, Rameau and Purcell on YouTube.

Watch the first video | Watch the second video | Watch the third video

Concerts with France Musique

France Musique offers on its website many concerts to listen to from home, from classical concerts to jazz and chamber music.

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TV5monde’s digital library

The TV5monde channel is providing access to more than 500 classic works of French-language literature free of charge, together with fact sheets on their authors.

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British Library

The British Library's website offers more than 40 online exhibitions on a variety of themes, from medieval literature to Alice in Wonderland. It also hosts blogs, including one on European studies.

Visit the website | See the blog

Spanish Youth Culture

The Spanish platform La Grieta brings together cultural content produced by young people: articles, interviews, poems, artistic projects around literature or cinema but also politics and social movements.

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Support in European Languages

This platform is intended for participants in the Erasmus programme. It aims to assess their level in foreign languages and provides access to courses.

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Milos Forman, a free life

“Milos Forman, a free life”, a documentary based on interviews with the Czech director exiled in the United States, looks back at his life and his Oscar-winning work. Available in French and German.

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Europe seen from Italy

Every Saturday, the Italian public radio station Manuale d'Europa de la Rai deciphers European news.

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Scream for Europe

Produced by the former New York Times correspondent in Brussels, the EU Scream podcast offers, through interviews with actors and observers ranging from community activists to European Commissioners, an original look at European politics, particularly the issue of freedoms.

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