Australian artist Andy Thomas specializes in creating ‘audio life forms’: beautiful abstract shapes that react to sounds. In this animated short, he visualizes two recorded bird sounds from the archives of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Meath Heritage website allows you to discover over 3000 Monuments and Heritage sites in County Meath, Ireland. Through the integration of the Europeana API, users can now also explore related content from Europeana.
The collections of the Historical Museum Deventer and the Deventer Toy Museum, including more than 37,000 items of local art, toys, product packages and textile designs, as well as many other historical and archaeological artefacts.
A rich collection of more than 20,000 historic photos preserved at various Lithuanian museums. Taken between 1838 and 1939, they depict scenes from village life and Lithuanian ethnography, as well as historical images of cities and architectural monuments.
More than 6,500 text posters from all parts pf the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy including the important Emperor manifestos, announcements managing mobilisation, administration and shortages with information on dates and places.
More than 3,500 historical documents relating to the history and collections of the University of Edinburgh - from illuminated manuscripts, anatomical drawings and honorific medals to personal letters, travel reports and student registers.
More than 150,000 portraits from the Austrian National Library including European and non-European regent dynasties, divided into categories like popes, emperors, kings, nobles, Austrian dukes and other kings.
More than 1,600 high-resolution Medieval manuscripts and parchment fragments with Latin texts in pdf format, ranging from breviaries and liturgical calendars to psalters, from the The Fragmenta Membranea Collection of The National Library of Finland.
More than 3,500 topographical recordings, images of cities, villages, buildings, architecture, landscapes and pictures of natural events from the areas of the former Austrian crown-lands, but also from modern day Germany, Italy, France, England, Spain, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
More than 30,000 black-and-white pictures showing occasions from everyday life in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn, from traditional holidays and official openings to groups of construction workers at their site.
More than 300 memorabilia and stories from Poland documenting the political and social changes in Central and Eastern Europe in the year 1989. Provided by Europeana 1989, which is a pan-European project concerning the changes related to what is commonly known as the fall of the Iron Curtain.
More than 300 memorabilia and stories from Lithuania documenting the political and social changes in Central and Eastern Europe in the year 1989. Provided by Europeana 1989, which is a pan-European project concerning the changes related to what is commonly known as the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Almost 200 memorabilia and stories from Latvia documenting the political and social changes in Central and Eastern Europe in the year 1989. Provided by Europeana 1989, which is a pan-European project concerning the changes related to what is commonly known as the fall of the Iron Curtain.
More than 90 memorabilia and stories from Estonia documenting the political and social changes in Central and Eastern Europe in the year 1989. Provided by Europeana 1989, which is a pan-European project concerning the changes related to what is commonly known as the fall of the Iron Curtain.
A collection of about 500 photographs (in colour) of buildings in Iceland, including regular houses, lighthouses, and churches, provided through CARARE. The dataset has very rich object descriptions in Icelandic.
Nearly 3,000 videos from the Open Images (Open Beelden) dataset of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. The collection contains newsreels from the Polygoon collection and several other films on the Netherlands in the twentieth century. It contains historical news events, with topics such as art, culture, transportation, health and healthcare, nature, politics, sports, pets and fashion.
Around 400 items from two Estonian institutions via Athena. The Järvakandi Klaasimuuseum provides glass objects, while the Conservation Centre Kanut / Kadriorg Art Museum provides a variety of objects, including maps, photographs, documents, medals, tools.
More than 500 drawings, sketches, scribblings (b/w and colour, various techniques) of landscapes, with a focus on the UK but also other countries. Other items like architectural drawings are included too.
A collection of 27 incunabula from Edinburgh. These books, printed before the year 1501, are among the most precious items in any library and Edinburgh University is privileged to have a significant collection of nearly 300 such books.
Europeana, Google's Niantic Labs and partner memory institutions in Austria, Sweden, Estonia and Poland have successfully completed a pilot project to integrate curated cultural content in Google's Field Trip app
Ajapaik (translated from Estonian to English as 'Timepatch') is a location based site inviting users to look around and add metadata to historical images. It also adds a social and competitive element, with points awarded for contributions made.
The online portal of the Swedish National Heritage Board (SOCH) www.kringla.nu allows users to search in both the national heritage repository 'SOCH' and the Europeana repository presenting the search results in different tabs.
The National Library of Spain has implemented the Europeana API in their online portal, Biblioteca Digital Hispánica. The portal now enables their users to access related Europeana content via a single link on their search results header.
This open source app allows search for images in multiple online collections, such as Europeana, New York Public Library, Library of Congress, California Digital Library, Digital Public Library of America, LIFE Magazine photo archive, National Library of Australia (Trove) and Flickr Commons.
The digital service of the National Library of New Zealand - Digital New Zealand (DigitalNZ) - uses the Europeana API (1.0) to harvest and locally store New Zealand-related Europeana records in their own aggregation.