House of European History

After ten years of planning, and a €55 million investment, The House of European History has finally opened in Brussels, Belgium. The new museum hopes to provide visitors with an overview of the history of Europe since the French Revolution and the development of the European Union.

Situated in the former Eastman Building, in Parc Léopold, the museum displays include maps, paintings, sculptures, photos, films, costumes, artifacts, and interactive multimedia exhibits. The facility will be open daily and also offer educational workshops and conferences.

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