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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Cerralbo Museum

Founded in a mansion in Madrid at the end of the 19th century, the Cerralbo Museum has a private collection of more than 50,000 paintings, sculptures, armour and archaeological finds.

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Paintings of the Palazzo Vecchio

Florence's Palazzo Vecchio offers three online exhibitions, on the Roman gods, the apartments of Pope Leo X and La Veduta della Catena, a painting that provides a better understanding of the city's urban evolution from the 15th century onwards.

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Virtual visit of the Vasa

Built in 1961 around the wreck of the Vasa, Sweden's most powerful seventeenth-century warship, the museum offers an immersive tour of archaeological artefacts such as tools and cannons.

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Athenian archaeological

The collections of the National Archaeological Museum of Athens are accessible by section, with a reminder of the historical context and explanatory sheets.

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Meta-Tinguely, the online version of the Museum of Basel devoted to Jean Tinguely, offers a playful rediscovery of the work of this figure of New Realism in French, German and English.

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Granet Museum at home

The Granet Museum of Aix en Provence offers activities around its collections in "my museum at home". Thus, every Wednesday and weekend, it provides young and old alike with something to enjoy and learn about its masterpieces.

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Staatsoper Berlin

Find the recorded concert of Brahms symphonies 3 and 4 performed by the Berlin Staatsoper in Buenos Aires conducted by Daniel Barenboim.

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Festival of San Remo

The San Remo festival, an institution of Italian song since 1959, held its 70th edition at the beginning of February, just before the pandemic. You can watch it again on the Rai website.

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Ballet lesson in Amsterdam

On its YouTube channel, the National Ballet of the Netherlands, in Amsterdam, offers videos of performances, but also dance classes.

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Cully Jazz Festival

The Swiss jazz festival is in lockdown. Visit the site to discover the programming, broadcast live on Instagram.

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Anne Calvi at the Pleyel

British rocker Anna Calvi performed at the Salle Pleyel in Paris for an intense and sophisticated concert, available on the Arte website.


Cuarentena Festival

This virtual music festival that you can enjoy at home provides live music and culture.

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Beethoven Archives in Vienna

The Austrian National Library has numerous digitized documents available online, including original scores by Beethoven. The ceremonial hall can be visited virtually, featuring a detailed display of statues and frescoes.

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Ioleggo Digitale

The Italian National Libraries Service has opened a virtual space #IOLEGGODIGITALE open to all.

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Discover the world in 360°

From Machu Picchu by airplane to the South Pole or isolated islands in Thailand, the Virtual Traveller platform allows you to visit the world in 360°.

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The Economist Radio

Produced by the British weekly The Economist, the podcasts cover international news with expert commentary.

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Open access films

Open Culture, developed by a Stanford scholar, lists 1,150 films, documentaries and cartoons available for free access on the Internet.

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The compass rose

Broadcast on the Spanish radio station Onda Cero, the Rosa de los Vientos deals each week with current affairs, science and Spanish and European culture.

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The Road to Somewhere

Those from Everywhere vs. Those from Somewhere: Journalist David Goodhart theorises the social and political division that was one of the factors behind the vote in favour of Brexit in the UK, and which largely explains the shift in European public opinion, particularly towards nationalism.

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