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Europe with Borders?

21 Apr 2020

As part of our 'History in the Making: Documenting Covid' initiative, we are collecting messages of longing and loneliness that have appeared along former borderlines.Read more

I see your true colours shining through’ rainbow banner made by Smaranda (9 years old) and hung in her street window in Bournemouth, UK on April 3rd, 2020. To be donated to the House of European History when ‘all this is over'.

Documenting solidarity at the House of European History

19 Apr 2020

The current pandemic is not only a health emergency, it is having a deep social, economic and cultural impact. The world is changing as we speak. In order to understand how it is changing, we need to look carefully around us, even if we are only looking out from the windows of our own homes.Read more

Social Media Moderation Policy

13 Apr 2020

Welcome and thank you for showing interest in our content! We are dedicated to maintaining a respectful community that actively engages in lively discussions about our posts. Please keep the following in mind when writing your commentsRead more

Guest WiFi at Europe Now

11 Apr 2020

This free service is an open network provided for your convenience and its use is at your own risk. It is available to the general public for appropriate use on the sofa area of 6th floor of the House of European History, a section known as 'Reaching Out to Europe'. The WiFi is not inherently...Read more

Vortex of History

10 Apr 2020

At the centre of the House of European History is the magnificent sculpture, the “Vortex of History”.Read more

Indoor activity for kids

31 Mar 2020

At the moment when we all #StayHome to stay healthy, we bring the museum to you! Looking for a kids’ indoor activity? Check out our #HistoryHoarding series of short educational games – where we bring the museum to you!Read more

World Poetry Day

20 Mar 2020

This #WorldPoetryDay we are highlighting a powerful Hungarian poem from our permanent exhibition entitled “Felsőszeli” – the name of a village from which the poem’s author, Béla Nagy, was forcefully relocated in 1947 during the reslovakisation process.Read more

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