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Images of Manhattan, New York, the USA, across the ages.

This gallery of photographs reflects the rich heritage and traditions of Romani people living across Europe, as well as reflecting the stigma, discrimination and misrepresentation faced by these communities.

Collection of photos selected by students and teachers participating in the European School Club "(Re)Discovering our cultural and sustainable heritage" of the 1st Experimental Junior High school of Syros, in connection with the European eTwinni…

Beloved in Japan, and found in many countries across Europe, the cherry tree welcomes spring with its bright and beautiful blossoms

For centuries, cartographers and others have defined Europe, its lands and borders through maps.

Celebrating artworks by a selection of female artists from across Europe and throughout history

Art Nouveau posters from the famous art movement. The latter half of the 19th century saw an increase in print media and advertising. Explore more in our exhibition Art Nouveau - A Universal Style:…

Added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2018, the word mansplaining refers to condescending and chauvinistic behaviour, often directed by men towards women, but the idea has been around for ages. We take a light-hearted look through the archives.

Women's suffrage, the right for women to vote, was a long and hard battle that began at the start of the 19th Century. This gallery highlights the feminist fight for social reform and a voice for women in politics.

This gallery features the blooms and blossoms of all sorts of flowers in paintings, fashion, design, and photographs. Find your favourite depictions of tulips, roses, hydrangeas, bluebells, lavender, cherry blossoms, poppies, sunflowers, and more.

Photographs by pioneering female photographers from across Europe

These show pictures of women famous women in tech and science.

Since 1901, 60 women have been awarded a Nobel Prize. From first-ever winner Marie Curie to more recent winners, this gallery celebrates outstanding accomplishments in Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Literature and Peace. Curated by the Europeana XX project…

This gallery shows groups of women, highlighting the power of female solidarity.

Swedish artist Anna Boberg regularly painted landscapes in northern Norway. She first travelled to the region in the summer of 1901 and made around three dozen trips there - often alone. She painted the countryside, the special light, the northern lights …

March is Women's History Month - we want to remember the diverse roles women played in World War I: They participated as nurses in the front lines, took over jobs at home formerly done by men and cared for their families.

From a leisurely cycle through the countryside to fast-paced races, cycling is a pan-European hobby, sport and means of transport. Feel the wind in your hair, race your friends down the street, or escape down the countryside with these images of bikes and…

Family films, documentaries and news reports about holidaying and travel across Europe

Windmills and wind turbines allow us to harness the power of the skies. They can mill grain into flour, or turn currents into electricity, in a sustainable and eco-friendly way.