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COME♡BACK at House of European History

3 Okt 2020 (16:00 - 21:30)
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Things are moving at the House of European History! Experience three brand new performances: Passe-Muraille's revisiting of historical events through mime, the poetic jukebox of Khaos , and the powerful celebration of movement by Sysmo . Explore how the physical and historical intertwine!

Spiral sculpture in museum exhibition aerial view

Multilingualism Day 2020

26 Sept 2020 (10:00 - 16:30)
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The House of European History will take part in Multilingualism Day 2020, with video snapshots from its exhibition, on the topic of linguistic diversity in history. Visitors will gain insights on the history of languages in Europe through objects and stories from our permanent...

Heritage Days

20 Sept 2020 (10:00 - 18:00)
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On Brussels Heritage Days 2020, delve into the history of the Eastman building.

Explore a special trail in EN/FR/NL highlighting key features inside and outside the museum and a video explanation by Belgian art restorer Isabelle Happart.

Heritage Days

19 Sept 2020 (10:00 - 18:00)
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On Brussels Heritage Days 2020, delve into the history of the Eastman building.

Explore a special trail in EN/FR/NL highlighting key features inside and outside the museum and a video explanation by Belgian art restorer Isabelle Happart.

Public Lecture by Professor Timothy Snyder

Après le déluge, nous: what past catastrophe teaches us about future possibility

1 juuli 2020 (18:00 - 19:30)
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Public lecture by Professor Timothy Snyder

The House of European History has the great pleasure of inviting Timothy Snyder, a leading expert on Europe's history, to talk about the continent's shared and divided memory, one of the museum's underpinning themes, in the light of recent events. In examining some of the darkest moments of recent history, Snyder finds glimmers of hope, and principles that could lead us out of our current malaise.

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