European Parliament President Roberta Metsola was the first prominent EU citizen to go on a journey through a hundred years of European History. She took a tour of the House of European History’s new temporary exhibition When Walls Talk moments after she inaugurated it at noon, on Friday, Apr. 29.Lugege lisaks
The House of European History will gradually resume its group activities starting from Monday, March 14.
The decision follows the improvement of the public health conditions relating to the Covid-19 pandemic and the consequent decisions of the competent Belgian and European Parliament...Lugege lisaks
European 20th and 21st centuries history has shown progress in the right of women to decide on their bodies, on their sexuality. Nevertheless, serious obstacles still hinder those rights. Are we going backwards? Which are the challenges, today, and which are the possible solutions and...Lugege lisaks
The House of European History attempts to tell a transnational story using objects, documents, and audio-visual testimonies from across Europe and beyond. With no pre-existing collection, finding these items in so many countries and languages required a high degree of teamwork from an international team of curators.Lugege lisaks
„It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.“ („Mitte see, mida sa ei tea, ei tekita sulle probleeme, vaid hoopis see, mida sa kindlalt tead, kuid mis nii ei ole.“)Lugege lisaks