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Percentage of population of EU countries that answered 'yes' to the question 'do you feel European?'

European Citizenship

Ethos of the Future, or Hopeless Pipe Dream?

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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

Rada Gankova on

7,000 Years of History

7,000 Years of History

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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

Santino Santinelli on

There is no idea worth dying for, and no idea worth killing for.

World War I 100th Anniversary

One hundred years from the start of the First World War.

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eEnrich: Intergenerational Workshop on Indonesian artistic heritage

eEnrich: Intergenerational Workshop on Indonesian artistic heritage

Europe is not only about the youth, mobilities and jobs in other partner countries or freedom of movement. Nowadays, when we think about the future of Europe and of its …

Laura Davidel on

The refugee complex on Alexandras Avenue

Selling out our history

Every city in the world tries to preserve any historical heritage it has.

George Chatzelenis on

The EU has 23 official languages - a pan-European language might help overcome the language barriers.

Would a common EU language help?

A "European language" could help to encourage the free movement across the continent. But at what cost?

The Eblana European Democratic Movement. on

Some children playing in front of a camp of wagons.

The Roma ethnic challenge

Being exposed to the gypsy culture is something many modern (and former) European nations have long had in common, and through it's design the issue is a European one.

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