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.
Europe is so beautiful...


Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums have some of the most famous collections in the world, which you can visit from 360 degrees and/or via video from several rooms and wings.

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Versailles in 5 exhibitions

Versailles Castle is offering five virtual thematic exhibitions, on Louis XIV, fashion in Versailles and the royal meals.

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Culture in Spain

During the confinement, the El Cultural site lists everything that can be followed from home: exhibitions, music, theatre and documentary releases.

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“Fantastic Women” in Frankfurt

Until May 24, the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt is presenting the exhibition "Fantastic Women" about the women who made the Surrealist movement, with works by 34 artists including Frida Kahlo.

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The Van Eyck revolution

"Van Eyck, an Optical Revolution", the largest exhibition ever devoted to the painter, has had to close its doors temporarily in Ghent. But the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage is offering a high-definition exploration of his works, including the Mystic Lamb in restoration.

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Portraits of the 20th century

The National Portrait Gallery in London is offering a virtual tour of portraiture in the 20th century, through the works of many British and European artists.

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The Solomon Guggenheim Museum of New York from home

You can visit the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum of New York free of charge from home. Visit the museum, its interviews with the artists themselves and much more.

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Opera on the sofa

With #operaonthesofa, a new virtual stage, every day at 6pm, you can experience the magic of opera. A unique opportunity to see the dress rehearsals of the current and previous season's productions, which will be available, act by act.

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Concerts by the Bavarian Symphonic Orchestra

The Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra is offering free access to numerous concerts with a wide range of programs: Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Strauss, Beethoven, etc.

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Opera by the Teatro Real

With the code OPERAENCASA, subscription to the Myoperaplayer platform is free of charge and allows you to view until 30 March many of the operas of the Teatro Real in Madrid, such as Aida, The Magic Flute and Carmen.

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Opera of Vienna

The Vienna State Opera has opened its archives for those who do not want to give up opera and ballet performances during the confinement. The programme follows, with a few exceptions, the programme originally designed for the coming weeks.

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Montreux around the world

The Montreux Jazz Festival follows musicians Jalen N'Gonda and Bobby Bazini during the Fairmont World Tour, a worldwide variation of the festival.



Learning about Space

With a collection of pictures taken from space, a section for teachers and their pupils, and a series of games and animations for children in 6 languages, the European Space Agency (ESA) website puts space within everyone's reach.

See the pictures collection | Education Section | Children Section

Open Library in Poland

The Polish bookstore chain Empik is now free of charge for a two-month period and provides access to 13,000 electronic and audio books.

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Universities from the world over

The Edx platform brings together online courses from universities in Europe and around the world, from the humanities to new technologies, from economics to philanthropy.

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Documentary Festival

The International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA) is providing on-line access to 300 documentaries.

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The Brussels correspondents of German public radio WDR and television ARD are delivering a weekly podcast of analyses on European current affairs, policies and actors in the Union.

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Europe of Tok FM

The Polish radio station Tok FM is broadcasting its weekly European news programme.

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A world of bridges

The bridge, a symbol of what connects people, is also one of the motifs on the euro banknotes. Arte is devoting a series to the history and function of this fundamental architectural element.

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