Europeana Social

Europeana Common Culture has contributed to the development of a well-functioning & sustainable aggregation infrastructure in Europe, helped improve data quality and encouraged engagement with #CulturalHeritage. Take a look back at the project➡️ http://bit.ly/2MxP4vk https://t.co/1knXxsIoRM
by @Europeanaeu | 15 minutes ago

On the #HolocaustRemembranceDay, we commemorate the victims of the Holocaust. This #LearningScenario aims to teach students about #AnneFrank and it addresses issues such as democracy, civism and human rights ➡️ https://bit.ly/3olSvTd https://bit.ly/3olSvTd
by @Europeanaeu | 20 hours ago

Today, on #HolocaustRemembranceDay, we honour the bravery of the #Kindertransport, a movement to rescue primarily Jewish children, as Nazism and its antisemitic policies began to cast their shadows across Europe. Learn more➡️http://bit.ly/2KSxstT #CenturyOfChange #WeRemember https://t.co/JAuJOc7Rj1
by @Europeanaeu | 22 hours ago

In 1928, on his birthday, #BenBril stepped into a boxing ring. His match was against Myles McDonagh, an Irish flyweight. McDonagh was 23. Bril was turning 16 that day - he was the youngest ever boxer to take part in the Olympic Games. Learn more➡ http://bit.ly/3okjMFx https://t.co/fOf1Egq6wI
by @Europeanaeu | 1 day ago

In 1972, the United Nations Conference outlined the need for criteria & common principles to preserve the environment. Discover our learning activities promoting responsible behaviours and civic practices with the environment➡️http://bit.ly/3qIs2AL #EnvironmentalEducationDay https://t.co/8WXWj4cn4d
by @Europeanaeu | 1 day ago

The Judaica Europeana 2.0 Generic Services project laid the infrastructure for aggregation of content from a wide range of Jewish heritage sources. Find out more about the project➡️http://bit.ly/3od4532 & join its concluding event TODAY➡️http://bit.ly/3qRSE2n https://t.co/TwYm75PRql
by @Europeanaeu | 1 day ago

Chess is a board game with a long history. In this #GalleryOfTheWeek, discover players, pieces and papers relating to chess from across Europe ♟️➡️ http://bit.ly/3c3KfEL https://t.co/7D39SrVwWq
by @Europeanaeu | 2 days ago

There's still time to secure your place for this week's @Europeanaeu webinar on narrating and sharing your #impact story! It takes place on Wed 27 January from 15:00 – 16:30 CET - sign up here ➡️https://bit.ly/3pidpUN https://t.co/8TDFfjx9hi
by @Europeanaeu | 3 days ago

The latter half of the 19th century saw an increase in print media and advertising. Visit our gallery and explore beautiful #ArtNouveau posters ➡️ http://bit.ly/3sIVo45 https://t.co/youXHOkIq3
by @Europeanaeu | 3 days ago

Today we celebrate the International Day of Education. At @Europeanaeu, we work with @eu_schoolnet and @EuroClio to integrate the European #CulturalHeritage in the classroom. Discover more: ➡️ https://bit.ly/3986SX1 ➡️ https://bit.ly/3675qSS #EducationDay https://t.co/btKJGK3zO3
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

Norwegian photographer #ErnestRude was born #OnThisDay in 1871. He is best known for his portrait photography which you can explore in this gallery. ➡️ http://bit.ly/3996FCO https://t.co/6juwegGVSy
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

The @netflix 's hit #TheQueensGambit has started a massive surge of interest in chess. Whether you bought your first set inspired by the story of #BethHarmon or you played #chess 'before it was cool', let's explore 7 fascinating facts about this game ♟️➡️http://bit.ly/2Y3EZsL https://t.co/2MwLXjl17f
by @Europeanaeu | 5 days ago

There is a lot more to narrating and sharing the story about your #impact than just writing a report. Join speakers from @Europeanaeu and @europanostra at next week's webinar on Phase 3 of the Impact Playbook to discover more ➡️ http://bit.ly/3pidpUN https://t.co/lzTOQnzbGi
by @Europeanaeu | 6 days ago

We sliced up some of China’s most popular fruits into this colourful and delicious gallery🥭 Take a look➡️ http://bit.ly/391Vfk8 https://t.co/gZDSeoZw1p
by @Europeanaeu | 6 days ago

'GLAMs have open, trusted data that the open encyclopedia needs; @Wikipedia has enormous outreach that GLAMs need to be visible and relevant beyond our usual communities.' Hear more from the team behind the Wikipedia in School project in Denmark➡️ http://bit.ly/2McDV2R https://t.co/eRM64mlYw7
by @Europeanaeu | 7 days ago

Today is #MuseumSelfieDay🤳and as many selfies are screenshots these days, we've curated some great artworks from museums and #CulturalHeritage institutions across Europe to use as background. Take a look and have some fun!️➡️http://bit.ly/35VTV0p #MuseumSelfie #MuseumFromHome https://t.co/ocUPyMCv1M
by @Europeanaeu | 8 days ago

#GeorgesClaude patented the neon discharge tube for use in advertising #OnThisDay in 1915. Read our blog to learn more➡️http://bit.ly/2qaMhgM #neon #neonlights https://t.co/jeY8KHVWrK
by @Europeanaeu | 8 days ago

The #ShannonScheme played a key role in the industrial development of Ireland in the 20th century- hear from @HuntMuseum @ESBArchives about their approach to engaging audiences in the topic and sharing stories of industrial #CulturalHeritage➡️http://bit.ly/35SMeIo #EuropeAtWork https://t.co/vYcoLXbRxg
by @Europeanaeu | 8 days ago

In this #GalleryOfTheWeek, we explore #blue - the colour of the #BlueMonday, but also the sea, the sky & many other things🫐Discover beautiful blue artworks and objects from the collections of #CulturalHeritage institutions across Europe➡️http://bit.ly/2RaUP1X https://t.co/wppe5XEze9
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

Catch Europeana Foundation's @acediscovery as part of the 'Digital Curation in the Age of Corona' session at the concluding event of Judaica Europeana 2.0 on 26 January https://twitter.com/JewishHeritageN/status/1350088713594937344
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

Iridescence is a phenomenon where our eyes perceive spectrums of colours, based on how light falls on surfaces. #Iridescence can also be seen on specimens of archaeological glass. Read our blog to learn more ➡️ http://bit.ly/3qiX2ag https://t.co/ViTXtOqlPx
by @Europeanaeu | 10 days ago

The #MagicLantern was the most popular, creative and versatile instrument for visual communication before cinema. Through projection, the static medium of the photograph acquired new dynamics and a heightened sense of realism. 'Visit our gallery➡️ http://bit.ly/38Mszf6 https://t.co/6HtbXYyLly
by @Europeanaeu | 11 days ago

While the earliest use of the word ‘#teenager’ can be traced to the 1900s, it wasn’t until the 1950s that the term was commonly used. This coincides with the postwar economic boom in Western Europe. Read the blog to learn more ➡️ https://bit.ly/2XKmDwA #CenturyOfChange https://t.co/YOGmeQhE37
by @Europeanaeu | 12 days ago

In 2020, in a matter of just a few weeks, national and international football was transformed due to the #coronavirus pandemic. But it is not the first time that a crisis impacts the world of sports to this extent. Learn more➡️https://bit.ly/3nIxvWv https://t.co/JYrrTaBZhV
by @Europeanaeu | 13 days ago

Last year @OpenGLAM and @Europeanaeu Copyright & Communicators communities organised 2 translation sprints to make key information on the #PublicDomain available in more languages. We look back on the sprints and share the results➡️http://bit.ly/3sllCt4 #EuropeanaCommunities https://t.co/Db0BzcQvRr
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

#EuropeanaChina #CEFTelecom #ConnectingEurope @Europeanaeu @inea_eu Sail on a junk and discover stories from Chinese maritime History! https://photoconsortium.net/pagode/2021/01/13/a-chinese-iconic-ship-the-junk/ ph. CC-BY Museum Rotterdam via Europeana https://t.co/gG17ATpqFy
by @PhotoConsortium | 14 days ago

#MariaSibyllaMerian, a naturalist and scientific illustrator, one of the first naturalists to observe insects directly passed away #OnThisDay in 1717. Explore her work in our gallery➡️ http://bit.ly/38ExfTY #5WomenArtists #WomenInArts https://t.co/zU30T38XO8
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

Culture is at the heart of Europe and its future. The EU Member States🇪🇺and policymakers must put #CulturalHeritage, creative and cultural actors at the heart♥️of their plans. #CulturalDealEU #NoCultureNoFuture ➡️http://bit.ly/3jS83vP https://t.co/9F6CvuK9kU
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

Providing access to collections in multiple languages has been a key objective for @Europeanaeu since its inception. Read our update on strategic developments on multilingualism and check out a new issue of @EuropeanaTech Insight on the topic ➡️http://bit.ly/3nIB52K https://t.co/dJRVtGEBJ2
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

Modern means of transport eclipse the significance that riverways once held. The #Danube river, due to its position and length, was an especially important pathway for merchants and warriors, while both connecting and separating nations. Learn more➡️ http://bit.ly/3sl8qnV https://t.co/EDQUxuBn8R
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

Every quarter we bring you a round-up of what's been going on across the @Europeanaeu Initiative. Highlights from Oct - Dec 2020 include #Europeana2020, reports on the #CulturalHeritage sector and #COVID19, #GIFITUP2020, webinars and more➡️ http://bit.ly/2XwcQdJ https://t.co/S5V04gt5oD
by @Europeanaeu | 16 days ago

Chinese junk: designed for adventure. These iconic ships have long been one of the defining symbols of Chinese naval warfare, travel and trade. Read the blog to learn more➡️ http://bit.ly/3qmLFOX https://t.co/NEDbjqodDe
by @Europeanaeu | 16 days ago

In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - Singers and musicians from the @Eurovision Song Contest, as found in the collections of Europe's museums, galleries, libraries and archives ➡️ http://bit.ly/3cnbQOL #EuropeanMusicWeek https://t.co/d0kGygRVZr
by @Europeanaeu | 16 days ago

In honour of #PublicDomainDay members of the Europeana Network Association Communicators and Copyright communities share some of their favourite public domain works from @Europeanaeu - check out their picks➡️ http://bit.ly/2MTNF2A #EuropeanaCommunities https://t.co/4D66xX491K
by @Europeanaeu | 16 days ago

In Europe and the Middle East the dragon was a legendary creature of evil. Noble knights could slay them, holy saints could tame them. But are the dragons of myth based on reality? Explore the gallery➡️ http://bit.ly/3gzSmZK https://t.co/Hfa5rxtUpI
by @Europeanaeu | 17 days ago

#Surimono are a genre of Japanese #WoodblockPrint. Produced in small numbers for a mostly educated audience of literati, surimono were often more experimental and extravagant than commercial prints Explore in our gallery➡️http://bit.ly/3bkMFif https://t.co/FHhjrzKNTJ
by @Europeanaeu | 18 days ago

Photographs, film footage, ads and posters are incredibly valuable witnesses to how gender roles & stereotypes changed throughout the 20th century, not only in what they portray but also in what they suggest, promote & assume. Learn more➡️ http://bit.ly/3nnnf5J #CenturyOfChange https://t.co/5bUdIKDACY
by @Europeanaeu | 20 days ago

The adoration of baby Jesus by the Magi, or the Adoration of the Magi as it’s known, is a popular motif in Christian art. All sorts of famous artists from Leonardo da Vinci to Sandro Botticelli and Albrecht Dürer have painted this scene. Learn more➡️ https://bit.ly/3beWCgQ https://t.co/vTgJAZXhQ3
by @Europeanaeu | 21 days ago

We want to provide the best experience for audiences exploring #CulturalHeritage through the @Europeanaeu website - find out how we are working with our aggregators to address the issue of broken links ➡️ http://bit.ly/38iwqAj https://t.co/UrkOmIrpEf
by @Europeanaeu | 22 days ago

In 2021, there will be a European Capital of Sport, a European Green Capital, a European Capital of Innovation as well as a European Youth Capital. Let's take a look at European Capitals in 2021➡️ http://bit.ly/39i6eFl https://t.co/38UQV8Nn6L
by @Europeanaeu | 22 days ago

Visit our #GalleryOfTheWeek and explore painitings, drawings and photographs of the fjords in Norway, where land meets the sea in dramatic landscapes ➡️ http://bit.ly/38S1KVm https://t.co/zEuDHDj8q4
by @Europeanaeu | 23 days ago

Many medieval manuscripts are full of decorated capital letters that come in all styles and sizes. Explore some beautiful examples from across Europe in our gallery ➡ http://bit.ly/2KD72vO https://t.co/C3qKbZ3O52
by @Europeanaeu | 25 days ago

Playing board games with friends and family has been popular for centuries. This gallery shows a variety of board games from across Europe, maybe inspiring you to fetch a game from your cupboard and start the fun! ➡ http://bit.ly/37sMSxk https://t.co/8aRwxLkGrZ
by @Europeanaeu | 26 days ago

When in need of some calm, explore this gallery of beautifully serene landscapes and peaceful nature views ➡ http://bit.ly/3b8nagm https://t.co/MgooskNqNr
by @Europeanaeu | 26 days ago

For many, this New Year's Eve celebrations will be different than what we're used to. To cheer you up and bring a bit of celebratory mood, we collected beautiful artworks and photos of parties. Explore them here and all the best for the year to come ➡ https://bit.ly/3r9qTmY https://t.co/bxvVV2ZhNF
by @Europeanaeu | 27 days ago

Playing cards are not much more than cardboard rectangles with print, but we use and collect them to play, to learn and even predict the future. This gallery features playing cards from across Europe: small works of art and design throughout the ages ➡ https://bit.ly/3rcglmX https://t.co/LLKz6piHY5
by @Europeanaeu | 28 days ago

Do you remember your first mobile phone? There’s a good chance it was a Nokia or an Ericsson. To explore the history of these two major Nordic telecommunication companies, we have to go back to the 19th century ➡ http://bit.ly/2KDlWSq https://t.co/RPud9qhLdD
by @Europeanaeu | 29 days ago

Explore this gallery of paintings, drawings and photography of mountains and highlands across Europe ➡ https://bit.ly/3fpW6eC https://t.co/s7KkuJoOE8
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Woman comes up with a great idea. Man takes it and passes it off as his own. Man receives great acclaim. Woman doesn’t make a fuss - here's the story of one of the world’s most popular board games, Monopoly ➡ http://bit.ly/3mAd5OO https://t.co/VA6FbhlQAS
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

"Don't judge a book by its cover", goes the popular phrase, but striking cover art stays long in our memories. Here's a variety of book cover designs, from children's fiction to classics of world literature➡ https://bit.ly/3rgVOOr https://t.co/qPrUMMOuVA
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Utagawa (also known as Andō) Hiroshige (1797–1858) is often considered the last great master of ukiyo-e – the Japanese tradition of woodblock prints and paintings that flourished in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Explore the gallery ➡ https://bit.ly/3aketTn https://t.co/JjnuuEB4Bi
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Christmas trees, decorated with tinsels, baubles, lights, candles and more, are symbols of the holidays all across Europe. Enjoy this gallery of Christmas trees, and happy holidays to all from us at @Europeanaeu ➡ http://bit.ly/3mziWns https://t.co/4ieFnqbQKo
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Do you remember how you learned to cook? You might have watched family members preparing meals. In this blog, you'll meet early modern cookbook authors and discover their fascinating stories ➡ http://bit.ly/3r7R65i https://t.co/K9j7ssa3ne
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

When you’re away from loved ones, there’s nothing like sending or receiving a hand-written note. Since the 19th century, you don’t even need an envelope for your greetings, wishes or kisses: a simple postcard will do. Visit our gallery ➡ https://bit.ly/2UdhTOO https://t.co/WngyjlJoed
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

#ChristmasMarkets are street markets associated with the celebration of Christmas during the four weeks of Advent. They originated in Germany, but are now held in many other countries. Visit our #GalleryOfTheWeek and enjoy the festive atmosphere➡️http://bit.ly/388Whco https://t.co/hzTlMfC1tw
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Article 16 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights goes on to declare that families are the fundamental group unit of society and therefore can count on being protected. But who decides what constitutes a family? Visit our exhibition to find out ➡ http://bit.ly/399QoOi https://t.co/OCxqyKJgkz
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

RT @SofieTaes: ‍‍ Explore how the concept of family has changed in the 20th century in our newest @Europeana.eu exhibition 'Family Matters'. And we'd love to hear your thoughts on it too! ➡️ https://t.co/rTQnBfkMUC #CenturyOfChange #CEFTelecom #ConnectingEurope @inea_eu
by @rolfkallman | 1 month ago

This formal portrait of family Skeppstedt gives away nothing of their extraordinary history. Yet one of the boys in this portrait, Eddie, was to become one of the biggest names in the American entertainment industry. Learn more➡ https://bit.ly/34mwNYg https://t.co/tAJGqF27lb
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Explore more #CulturalHeritage content about migration to, from and within Europe on our website ➡️ https://bit.ly/3rbfHpN If you want to know more about our migration project, visit here➡️ http://bit.ly/2GtQt0Q
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

When you’re a kid, moving and migrating is a big deal. This blog looks at how children view migration through objects that mean something to them ➡️ http://bit.ly/388gnn6 https://t.co/f6pwDHCg11
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Artists have portrayed and reflected migration experiences for centuries. This gallery brings together artworks from across Europe➡️ http://bit.ly/2K7LcAJ https://t.co/ZO6qZ1UdX9
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

We held around 20 events across Europe inviting people to share their stories about migration, their own experiences or their families. Explore these varied and diverse stories here➡️ https://bit.ly/2J0ZUZD https://t.co/KTbezbSyvx
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

In 2018, we held a year-long exploration of #migration and #CulturalHeritage. This exhibition - People on the Move - explores how migration has changed the world, with memorable stories of inspiring individuals and communities who have made their mark ➡️ http://bit.ly/34omAKW https://t.co/bOGvk14zri
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Today is #InternationalMigrantsDay. We stand in solidarity with all migrants and refugees, celebrating their achievements and highlighting their struggles. Sharing stories of migration is essential today, so let's discover some examples (thread)⬇️ https://t.co/kRAeZFAMdh
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

The photos in our new gallery explore skiing, which developed to a competitive sport and leisure past-time in the 18th and 19th centuries ➡️https://bit.ly/3gWtDzd https://t.co/M73KgUz0NP
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

‘Cultural heritage empowers us to embrace our diversity and flourish’. Look at the approach the Europeana Foundation is taking to embrace diversity and implement practical measures to embed it in the organisation➡️ http://bit.ly/3nsQIvP https://t.co/kFzMpJzsdh
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

With public events in 2020 largely cancelled, public engagement events have been difficult. We speak with partners in Ireland who have been working on projects collecting sport stories from the public during the #COVID19 pandemic ➡️http://bit.ly/3algvm6 #EuropeanaSport https://t.co/iN8UCE6G3A
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

#reinventingBeethoven encouraged students to engage with Beethoven's life and work as part of a creative educational challenge. For #Beethoven250 take a look at the challenge and explore the winning entries! ➡️ http://bit.ly/3oWx6AD https://t.co/n4tWZdvTJY
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Aggregating linked data has the potential to improve data interoperability at global scale. A linked data pilot, developed as part of the @Europeanaeu Common Culture project, investigated this potential - take a look at what it achieved ➡️ http://bit.ly/3qVewuC https://t.co/LRX2BpJ2yf
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

The Ancient Chinese concept of yin & yang is often represented by black & white 'taijitu', but also by broken and solid lines sometimes combined into trigram. Visit our gallery☯️➡️http://bit.ly/2LFbVF1 https://t.co/Ac7sm17kpD
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

€31 million to improve cross-border #digital services in Europe - the results of the 2020-1 #CEFTelecom call are out! ➡️ #AutomatedTranslation ➡️ #Blockchain ➡️ #eDelivery ➡️ #eID #eSignature ➡️ #DigitalSkills ➡️ #Europeana ➡️ #SaferInternet https://europa.eu/!By46jj https://t.co/DrZQEN2OCj
by @inea_eu | 1 month ago

Many among us miss the energy and spirit of sporting events. In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - places hosting them - arenas and stadiums from across Europe Explore to bring back the good memories ➡️ https://bit.ly/2KspJ5i https://t.co/F4vPz75lX7
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

New partners, online events and fantastic entries - #GIFITUP2020 had it all! Take a look back at this year's competition➡️ https://bit.ly/38gDMTN @dpla @TroveAustralia @DigitalNZ @jpsearch_go https://t.co/c5reuS9fvj
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Many medieval manuscripts are full of decorated capital letters that add colour to the page. They come in all styles and sizes, but what exactly are they and what was their purpose? Read our blog to find out➡ https://bit.ly/3oNC8iR https://t.co/rXJmXx3ykK
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Need a moment of calm entertainment this weekend? Or something nice to do for your children? Check out our cultural heritage colouring books! ➡ https://bit.ly/2Wc1RoN https://t.co/sdkZmPYqjH
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

What does ‘flapper’ mean? In the 1920s ‘#flapper’ became associated with young women who expressed their freedom through an overt appreciation of a new kind of fashionable look. Learn more➡️ https://bit.ly/2IHfQA4 #CenturyOfChange https://t.co/ISoIW4xnTO
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Robert will speak at an online event on #Crowdsourcing of digital #CulturalHeritage on 15 Dec - sign up now ➡️ https://bit.ly/2KeD1lA
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

'I have been invested in Europeana since its very beginning and consider that it remains the key initiative in European #CulturalHeritage in the digital era.' Read our interview with @Europeanaeu Members Councillor Robert Davies - https://bit.ly/3oNWQiR
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Under the @Europeanaeu Common Culture project, @tcddublin @dri_ireland investigated best practice for aggregating #3D content to Europeana and developed a functional application to support 3D aggregation. Find out more➡️ https://bit.ly/2W7Fb9a https://t.co/wJCSqREx1Z
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Take a look at what the @Europeanaeu Network Association Members Council has explored this year as they work towards developing new digital audiences, services, skills and societal impact ➡️ https://bit.ly/3n768FZ https://t.co/Pj9iS7CBgf
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

At the end of the Nineteenth Century, the French archaeologist Albert Gayet excavated a few fascinatingly unique graves in Egypt. This blog tells the story of Euphemia, a woman with a unique life, preserved in a unique way, found in a unique grave. ➡ https://bit.ly/2VXN7Kp https://t.co/4IBxAHRskp
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

We're excited to announce the winners of #GIFITUP2020!Thanks to all the GIF-ted participants, to our great jury and to the #CulturalHeritage institutions who, by opening up their digitised collections, make the initiatives like this possible ➡️https://gifitup.net/winners-2020 https://t.co/VFjtgDYl8Y
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

On 28 February 1904, a group of boys who used to play football in Belém, on the riverside of Lisbon, decided to create a sports club. Read the guest blog by @museubenfica and learn the story of @SLBenfica ⚽️➡️ https://bit.ly/2VV3DLd #MuseuBenfica #DeTodosUm https://t.co/4s6jKbP7k1
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

'We know that in times of crisis, we can turn to digital. Now, we need to make digital an integral part of the new normal — not just a crisis response.' New post on Medium from @Hverwayen and @CakesAndCopy https://bit.ly/2VSuG9U #BuildDigitalCapacity
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

2020 has seen the completion of 11 @Europeanaeu Generic Services projects! Find out what they have achieved and how they supported #CulturalHeritage institutions in their #DigitalTransformation @inea_eu ➡️ https://bit.ly/3qDDX3K https://t.co/MR1qQe8bb5
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Pole-vaulting into politics: #WładysławKozakiewicz’s 1980 Olympics gesture which was written into the history books. Read the blog to learn more➡️ https://bit.ly/3gnl9kD https://t.co/9Zsa8RyFX5
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - scenes in paintings, photographs, drawings and more of how people across Europe and the world celebrate and enjoy life when the weather gets colder➡️ https://bit.ly/2VPNNBw https://t.co/H70DNBehgo
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Today we celebrate the 2⃣0⃣anniversary of signing ✍️The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the #EuropeanUnion Visit the online exhibition created in collaboration with the @Europarl_EN Archives to learn more ➡️ https://bit.ly/2JS1zkd https://t.co/mYIxto0NCA
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

He’s a man of many names – Saint Nicholas, Nikolaos of Myra, Nikolaos the Wonderworker, Nikolaos of Bari, Sinterklaas and of course, Santa Claus. But who was he really? Read our blog to find out🤓 http://bit.ly/2RsQBmW https://t.co/MtQELVJFZu
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Similar to many large companies, the story of Van Nelle business started with a small shop. In 1782, Johannes van Nelle opened a coffee, tea and tobacco shop at the Leuvehaven in Rotterdam. Read our blog to learn more ➡️http://bit.ly/35XsaCf https://t.co/dN6xwlAeKw
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

Metis Sandbox enhances the overall data aggregation workflow from data providers to @Europeanaeu. Take a look at what the pilot, developed as part of the Europeana Common Culture project, has achieved ➡️ https://bit.ly/39OpoUO https://t.co/1uFje5T7mF
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

It's been a long and winding road, and there's still a distance to be covered. Let's go the extra mile towards real change! #equalrights #lgbtq #equalityforall #loveislove #CenturyOfChange #CEFTelecom #ConnectingEurope @inea_eu @EUscreen @Europeana @PhotoConsortium https://twitter.com/Europeanaeu/status/1334844089720840197
by @SofieTaes | 1 month ago

The path toward the fair representation of LGBTQ+ people has proven to be a long and daunting one. In this blog, we look at the representation of the LGBTQ+ community in photography and film throughout the 20th Century ➡️https://bit.ly/3op8xMs #CenturyOfChange https://t.co/EitlobgKee
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

On today's #DisabilitiesDay let's be aware of how people with disabilities continue their professional career to build a better future for all. In this blog, we explore the scientific & artistic careers of geniuses with disabilities ➡️https://bit.ly/2I5F0YR #IDPD #DisHist https://t.co/lIYBiWKSct
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

With the majority of the Netherlands at or below sea level, the Dutch have battled the seas for centuries with systems of dykes and barriers. One of the most ambitious among them is Zuiderzee. Read our blog and learn more ➡️ https://bit.ly/37qWMyh https://t.co/vVtdr1Cqkb
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago

With insights from @janefinnis @Culture24 @mpedson @jaspervisser
by @Europeanaeu | 1 month ago