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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Archaeological Museum of Naples

From the frescoes of Pompeii to classical Italian painting, the National Archaeological Museum of Naples has opened its collections online.

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Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

The Thyssen Bornemisza Museum has opened its online content, generally used for educational purposes, to the general public. Find the exhibition on Rembrandt or its permanent collections.

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Stadel Museum of Frankfurt

Frankfurt's Stadel Museum offers its digital collection, accessible according to themes such as spring and love, or directly through works from all eras.

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Birmingham Galleries

The Museum of Birmingham offers a virtual tour of its galleries as well as the Edwardian Tearooms and the industrial gallery.

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Polin, the history of the Jews of Poland

The site of the Museum of the History of the Polish Jews of Warsaw has provided access to conferences, documentaries and a virtual visit of its permanent exhibition.

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In tune with the World

The Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris has provided access to its exhibition « in tune with the world » including videos on YouTube. With the keyword #FLVchezvous, it offers three artistic and musical venues every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

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Bozar on line

Bozar, the Brussels Palace of Arts and Culture, has set up a programme of online retransmission of exhibitions, conferences, dance, theatre and cinema performances for the duration of the confinement.

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Pinacoteca of Brera

The Pinacoteca di Brera, in Milan, is offering an immersion visit in its rich collections of Italian painting.

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Van Gogh at home

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is offering a virtual tour and animations, including for children, on the work and life of the artist.

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Virtual Philharmonic

The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra installs a digital concert hall with free tickets for some 600 concerts performed over a period of more than 10 years.

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Festival Main Square

The French public TV group France Télévisions is rebroadcasting the highlights of the 2018 and 2019 editions of Main Square, a pop, rock and rap festival organised in the citadel of Arras.

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Bucharest Operas

The Opera of Bucharest is broadcasting online operas scheduled on its programme such as Puccini's Tosca, Verdi's Don Carlo, Swan Lake and Tchaikovsky's Sleeping Beauty.

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Opera of Sweden

The Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm is offering concerts and ballets, live or recorded, and a documentary on life in the opera house.

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Live Jazz

SwingHouse, a jazz trio from the Czech Republic is giving a concert every evening at 19h on Facebook Live.

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Sofa festival

Sofa festival, a musical, interactive festival live from your home, created by Warner Music France, in partnership with Fnac and Songkick, offers you a selection of "concerts at home". Next sessions on March 27, April 2 and 3.

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Your European History

Through an interactive cartography and chronology, available in all of the Union's languages, the collaborative platform My house of European History gives you the opportunity to rediscover European history. Each visitor can also leave the testimony of his or her choice.

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The German Archives

The German Federal Archives provide written, photographic and audio-visual documents for legal, administrative and historical research, from the German Confederation to the present day, including the Empire and the division between the FRG and the GDR.

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Rougemont 2.0

Produced by researchers at the Global Studies Institute of the University of Geneva, the site has published written and audio-visual documents and archives, as well as courses and seminars on the writer Denis de Rougemont, a major European activist of the twentieth century.

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A castle in Ireland

The Virtual Visit Tours platform offers a 360° view of Ireland's cities and landscapes, such as the gardens and parks of Blarney Castle in County Cork.

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Tour of Switzerland

Stroll in Zürich or Geneva, hike around the Matterhorn or visit Swiss museums, it's possible from home with the "Grand Tour de Suisse", an immersive site offering several itineraries in the heart of the Alps.

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Podcast Bubble

A Brussels-based podcast producer, Bulle Media is offering several series, in French and English, on European political, economic and societal topics.

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Europe, Spanish Channel

Canal Europa is the weekly podcast of Spanish public radio and television. On the programme: European culture, history and politics.

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Louise Weiss, a woman for Europe

French journalist, writer, feminist and politician, Louise Weiss was a bearer of the European idea in the 20th century. Arte devotes a portrait to the woman whose name is inscribed on the main building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

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Der unsichtbare Roman

In his latest book, The Invisible Novel (untranslated), the German journalist and writer Christoph Poschenrieder revisits a little-known page of history: the German project, in 1917, to rewrite the history of the outbreak of the First World War in order to clear the Empire. The author delivers a story that resonates with our age of information warfare.

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