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IMEACHTAÍ AN LAE INNIU- 20.01.2020

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Turas am lóin ar an Máirt in Áras Stair na hEorpa

21 Ean 2020 (12:15 - 13:00)
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Tugann Áras Stair na hEorpa spreagadh agus ábhar machnaimh don té a imíonn ar turas trí stair na hEorpa ann. Luigh isteach uirthi ag am lóin agus bain sult as na taispeántais, idir bhuan agus sealadach. Bíonn treoraí ann a chuireann roinnt nithe i láthair a nochtann próisis agus feiniméin a d’...

Holocaust day - Max Fuchs

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

27 Ean 2020 (17:30 - 20:00)
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On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the museum invites visitors to discover the story of Max Fuchs, a Jewish man born in nowadays Poland who went into hiding in Brussels during the Second World War, and to learn how Fuch’s personal documents and photos from this period recently became part of the House of European History’s collection. The museum team will give a tour highlighting such personal stories, some tragic and some more hopeful, as displayed in the exhibition.

Guided tour in French and English at 17.30, followed at 18.30 by a panel discussion on Saving lives during the Second World War.

“Love in Restless Times”: Valentine’s Day at the museum

14 Fea 2020 (17:00 - 21:00)
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Finding love is one of the key experiences of young people. It is inevitably shaped by the politics, society, culture and economics of the time. On 14th February, come to experience what is certainly not your usual Valentine’s Day in the temporary exhibition Restless Youth , ahead of its closure...

European colonialism, a thing of the past?

27 Fea 2020 (18:00 - 20:00)
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What is the legacy of European imperialism today, and what consequences of colonisation continue to shape our societies? Is European colonialism really a thing of the past?