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the frescoes in the Town Hall Square, Stein am Rhein

Charming Stein am Rhein in Switzerland – a city of art

Some cities attract us with their colour and saturation; some elicit in us the sense of tranquillity or fulfilment. But there are those places that leave such a big trace in your heart that make you return there over and over again. This happened to me with the charming Stein am Rhein situated on the banks of the river Rhine, enriched with magnificent pieces of art beautifying the city buildings.

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Children performing at Rozhen Festival

Rozhen Folklore Festival: Keeping BulgarianTraditions Alive

Created from division and continued under unification, Rozhen showcases the beauty and diversity of Bulgarian Folklore

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Top European Cartoon Characters

Infographic: The Most Well-Known European Cartoon Characters

Who is your favourite?

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Louvre Museum, an unmissable landmark of Paris

Discovering Paris on an Erasmus Scholarship

A former Erasmus student gives a personal account of how she fell in love with the City of Lights.

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Europe in 1817

Europe according to Italy in 1817

Satirical map of Europe from 19th century

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Stars Made in Europe!

Infographic: Famous Actors Born in Europe

All those movie stars were born in Europe!

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More than Just Mountains

More than Just Mountains

The Beauty of Switzerland

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Is Conchita Wurst, winner of last year's Eurovision Song Contest, a European Icon?

EuropeanIcons

What are your European icons?

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Romaeuropa 2014

The Romaeuropa Festival

Romaeuropa is one of the most prestigious Italian and European festivals for contemporary culture and performing arts.

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Scene from the Exhibition in the Valley of the Temples in Sicily

In memory of Igor Mitoraj

The life and work of a great European sculptor

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Art as Provocation: ‘’Pressoché Ignuda’’

Art as Provocation: ‘’Pressoché Ignuda’’

A photographic project for the city of L’Aquila

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Europe rocks!

Europe rocks!

Europe rocks!

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Imagine Europe in 2100

Imagine Europe in 2100

If you compare the map of Europe in 1900 and 2000 the differences are stricking. But have you ever wondered how will Europe look like in 2100?

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Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix (1830) celebrates the July Revolution (Louvre-Lens Museum)

Using Culture for Political Purposes

A Famous Painting Could Create a Serious Dispute Between Two French Ministers.

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Boosting Europe's Culture: European Cultural Parliament Youth Network (ECP YN)

Boosting Europe's Culture: European Cultural Parliament Youth Network (ECP YN)

“Boosting the value of art and culture and giving youth a voice”

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What does kill us?

What does kill us?

That which does not kill us only makes us stronger. But what about that which kills us?

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Writing poetry is like a dream where we fall in, like lovers apart, whispering the same touch, feeling every word like sunsets inside us...

Sunday Culture on OneEurope: "What is Poetry?"

"Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable" Banksy

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