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#OnThisDay in 1989, 2 million people held hands to form a human chain over 600 kilometres long linking 3 capital cities – #Tallinn,#Riga & #Vilnius This peaceful political demonstration became known as the #BalticWay Learn morehttp://bit.ly/2ZiY7kv #BalticWay30 #remember1989 https://t.co/Y48eNCSZgq
by @Europeanaeu | 14 hours ago

#ThreeColours film trilogy was made a few years after the fall of the #IronCurtain. 1989 was the beginning of a new era in which people, ideas, and stories, began to move freely in spaces previously separated from each other. A guest blog by @finagovplhttp://bit.ly/2ZkMqdf https://t.co/zrGyiDB3eA
by @Europeanaeu | 1 day ago

#DidYouKnow? #OnThisDay in 1911, the #MonaLisa was stolen by #VincenzoPerugia, a Louvre employee. Before the theft, the painting was not widely known. But when it went missing, newspapers all over the world ran headlines about it, creating a lot of hype http://bit.ly/2MLqfKS https://t.co/MbJYx78d3q
by @Europeanaeu | 2 days ago

Pre-conference workshops announced for #Europeana2019! Read on to find out about four activities that will take place in Lisbon on Wednesday 27 November before the conference & sign up herehttp://bit.ly/2Mr8GjP https://t.co/2T5U2D7bcy
by @Europeanaeu | 2 days ago

Do you have a #FavLandmark? YES➡️check #holidaywith @Europeanaeu, have fun exploring now & then photos of #HeritageSites and share your own NO➡️visit our beautiful gallery and find it there http://bit.ly/2HY6HAw https://t.co/Kne76nGlvj
by @Europeanaeu | 2 days ago

“One general law, leading to the advancement of all organic beings, namely, multiply, vary, let the strongest live and the weakest die.” #CharlesDarwin first published his theory of evolution through natural selection #OnThisDay in 1858. http://bit.ly/2bbafgC https://t.co/dPj0FU9Ocz
by @Europeanaeu | 3 days ago

Happy #WorldPhotographyDay! To celebrate, visit our online exhibition Industrial Photography in the Machine Age and discover beautiful images in unexpected places http://bit.ly/2r04sTJ https://t.co/RabtPPV9cY
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

Europe from above: this #GalleryOfTheWeek shows #AerialPhotos ✈️of different places in Europe, showing the beauty and diversity of European landscapes. Explore and enjoy!http://bit.ly/2ZmeG3q #AerialPhotography #aerialview https://t.co/eHYciqq2qg
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

"We realised that a lot of people weren’t going to #museums because they thought they were boring - people felt disconnected" - read the interview with @MariannMarcucci, digital strategist & co-founder of @InvasioniDigita http://bit.ly/31MSRHv https://t.co/qcxXpHNvu2
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

Antonio Salieri was born #OnThisDay in 1750 Learn more about him from our blog Beyond Amadeus – the forgotten operatic legacy of #AntonioSalieri https://bit.ly/2nRAuzz https://t.co/R7wt1frszX
by @Europeanaeu | 5 days ago

#Ravenna in modern Italy was one of Europe’s most important cities in the Byzantine era. Today, experts from the Byzantine Art and Archaeology project take us on a tour of Ravenna’s remarkable Byzantine heritage. Explore and enjoyhttps://bit.ly/2X5ukPm https://t.co/Ti1l9j7dl8
by @Europeanaeu | 6 days ago

Let's take a look how the EU Member States are working with aggregators to encourage the use of standards for #DigitalCulture and what that means for the data provided by your own #CulturalHeritage institution. Learn more herehttp://bit.ly/2KMNfWY https://t.co/Nm8mHpq060
by @Europeanaeu | 7 days ago

#WalterCrane, an English artist and book illustrator was born #OnThisDay in 1845. Visit our blog to explore his beautiful illustrations http://bit.ly/2dKMfoz https://t.co/tYnQgtKBXs
by @Europeanaeu | 8 days ago

2 weeks left to participate in the @transcribathon #VersaillesRun – a race to discover and transcribe the lingering stories of post-#WW1 Europe✍️⌨️ Help to transcribe and proofread the remaining stories http://bit.ly/302TThX https://t.co/jMuoAc5IpO
by @Europeanaeu | 8 days ago

The idea behind Your Stories was to show the everyday, human part of history - Paulina Rajkowska from @uu_university about Your Stories, a museum experience introducing personal objects into museum spaces Learn morehttp://bit.ly/2KK9Bsj https://t.co/12DM9QD1cE
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

To #remember1989 and its events, we are inviting you to share your memories and impressions in our #BlogParade. Join us as we commemorate the political and social changes in 1989, the year of the Fall of the #IronCurtain Learn more & spread the word!http://bit.ly/2HjGYkT https://t.co/CEiVO0LBb0
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

To #remember1989 and its events, we are inviting you to share your memories and impressions in our #BlogParade. Join us as we commemorate the political and social changes in 1989, the year of the Fall of the #IronCurtain Learn more & spread the word!http://bit.ly/2HjGYkT https://t.co/Dp5vxPD7gk
by @Europeanaeu | 9 days ago

Since the construction of #NotreDame began almost 1000 years ago, the cathedral has been a fixture of the Parisian landscape. Visit our exhibition #HeritageAtRisk to learn more about the cathedral history & restoration plans http://bit.ly/2yRxkBh https://t.co/GuckLTafhe
by @Europeanaeu | 10 days ago

Summer in Europe is a time of sunshine, relaxation‍♂️ and holidays⛺️. These vintage photographs are a snapshot, showing how we have spent our summer days in the past. Explore our #GalleryOfTheWeekhttps://bit.ly/2TnXTaG https://t.co/hvizITxIPs
by @Europeanaeu | 11 days ago

Changing focus - from accessible to both open and useful. EU Member States encouraging high-quality content to Europeana. Read morehttp://bit.ly/2YVo6Cw https://t.co/sJwqfHTt1t
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

Three Colours: White addresses equality through the fate of Karol, a Polish man living in France. The #film plays with the notion of #emigration and return, and questions how equal we are occupying those positions. Read the guest blog by @finagovpl️http://bit.ly/2GWiygY https://t.co/Gzo5J5oRZz
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

Happy #InternationalCatDay! We have a purr-fect gallery for you, featuring paw-some images of #cats from the collections of #CulturalHeritage institutions across Europe. Check it out right meow!http://bit.ly/2OTkJUH https://t.co/PCeea0Clnp
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

With a #podcast, your words reach very far instantly through the internet, but they are also persistent like the written word used to be - meet @donnadifiume, an academic researcher and the power behind #technoculturePodcast️ http://bit.ly/2KsvpbG https://t.co/0ftWZ5VWAi
by @Europeanaeu | 16 days ago

The unique combination of nature and culture has given #Venice the status of #WorldHeritageSite. It is also one of the most-visited cities in the world. Visit our exhibition & read about the risks that #MassTourism brings to #CulturalHeritage sites http://bit.ly/2KxzVpv https://t.co/wj60Vfy1nL
by @Europeanaeu | 17 days ago