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countries with the most Arts and Humanities graduates

Top ten countries with the most Arts and Humanities graduates

Europe is the home of the greatest artists the world has ever seen

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W.E. Art Project

Inspiration of W.E. ART - Women Empowerment Through Art

Lidiia Kozhevnikova writes about her art initiative whose mission is to raise awareness of the importance of women in today’s society and to empower women through the art of photography.

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Theo Angelopoulos

Three years without the great Theo Angelopoulos

Remembering one of the greatest Greek and European film directors.

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El Greco, born Doménikos Theotokópoulos was a painter, sculptor and architect of the Spanish Renaissance. "El Greco" (The Greek) was a nickname and a reference to his national Greek origin.

"The Depiction of Death in the Work of El Greco" at the Museum of Cycladic Art

Some of El Greco's greatest works will be presented at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Greece.

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Belarus Free Theatre

The Power of the Theatrical Style: The Experience of the Belarus Free Theatre Company

Art and culture serve not only as an entertainment for the audience. Some artists use their talent to stimulate people and to protest against oppression and violation of human rights.

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Street art in Poland

Street Art in Europe

"Street art" is the common expression used to designate all creative styles (not all deemed "artistic") carried out in public spaces.

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What you need to know about Europe and Energy this autumn

What you need to know about Europe and Energy this autumn

This video tells you the five most important things happening with Europe and energy this autumn.

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What do our discoveries mean today?

What do our discoveries mean today?

This Age of Exploration has in some ways defined our relations with the rest of the world ever since

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English in numbers

English in numbers

The infographic below introduces some curious facts about English and about languages in general.

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"I believe a political union needs to be our horizon" - Barroso

"I believe a political union needs to be our horizon" - Barroso

During his speech at the "State of the Union", the president of the EC, warned of the so called "moving backwards" to the old nation states, which is a possible …

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The future is coming... and fast!

The future is coming... and fast!

People, at the begining of the 20th century, used to imagine the most unbelieveble scenarios for the world in the years 2000s. From flying cars, teleportation, colonising other planets and …

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We've come a long way...

We've come a long way...

We've come a long way...

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Does Obama want to make the EU-US free trade his signature achievement?

Does Obama want to make the EU-US free trade his signature achievement?

Dr. Daniel Hamilton argues the Obam Administration will push to wrap up negotiations within his last term

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Who pays the European environment taxes?

Who pays the European environment taxes?

European environment taxes come from various sources

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What makes the Syria situation so complex?

What makes the Syria situation so complex?

Syria is a pivotal player in the Middle Eastern house of cards.

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Cinema in Europe

Cinema in Europe

After the Second World War, cinema was used in every European country to reveal the need to show common life reality

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Is Moldova ready to join EU?

Is Moldova ready to join EU?

More and more voices are talking about Republic of Moldova's European future. Wilfried Martens, President of the EPP, declared in an interview " the Republic of Moldova can become an…

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How would you say that?

How would you say that?

Some words are almost untranslatable, but we can try

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10 amazing things about Europe.

10 amazing things about Europe.

Europe, the heart of human civilization, has thousands of places worth writing about. But then, who would take the time to read about all of them? So, we have tried …

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How do you say One Europe?

How do you say One Europe?

Languages vary across Europe, and that's part of the beauty of our continent

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Is there a 'Pinocchio' in your CV?

Is there a 'Pinocchio' in your CV?

Everybody tells little lies. But are yours getting in the way of finding work?

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In memorium - Al Berto - A Great European Poet

In memorium - Al Berto - A Great European Poet

Art was made to be shared, and this is maybe the main reason I am here now writing this article about this great author, poet and writer for you.

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Croatia - the youngest member of the European Family.

Croatia - the youngest member of the European Family.

In just few days, on 1st of July 2013, Croatia will join EU after many years of negotiations between the two parts, with more than 66% of Croatians saying "yes" …

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How many partners commit violence against women?

How many partners commit violence against women?

Three recently released studies paint a chilling picture of violence against women.

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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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Just for fun...

Just for fun...

What other stereotypes do you know about Europeans?

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Keep it tweet: What do the events in Turkey mean?

Keep it tweet: What do the events in Turkey mean?

The on-going demonstrations in Turkey the start of an Arab spring-like movement, or a minor incident?

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The New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic is a concert of classical music that takes place each year in the morning of January 1 in Vienna, Austria. It is broadcast around the world to an estimated audience of 50 million people and 73 countries.

Contemporary Music and some famous European composers

Since the end of WWII a new kind of music developed, originally inspired by romanticism, but also introducing many dcharacteristics of modern music.

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Where does our gas come from?

Where does our gas come from?

Natural gas plays a major role in our energy markets - but where does it come from?

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Opening the "eyes" of Thera

Opening the "eyes" of Thera

"And from the nice pictures from the first level they will be continue alone into an enclosed place, surrounded by huge "eyes" with a menacing look"

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