Almost 700 old recordings of instrumental music and songs in Yiddish from the Bibliothèque Medem - Maison de la Culture Yiddish.
More than 1,600 high-resolution Medieval manuscripts and parchment fragments with Latin texts in pdf format, ranging from breviaries and liturgical calendars to psalters, from the The Fragmenta Membranea Collection of The National Library of Finland.
More than 3,500 topographical recordings, images of cities, villages, buildings, architecture, landscapes and pictures of natural events from the areas of the former Austrian crown-lands, but also from modern day Germany, Italy, France, England, Spain, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
More than 30,000 black-and-white pictures showing occasions from everyday life in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn, from traditional holidays and official openings to groups of construction workers at their site.
More than 56,000 pictures and postcards showing the day-to-day life of the inhabitants of the Dutch city of Den Bosch - shops, houses, celebrations, local dignitaries and ice-skating parties.
More than 480,000 pictures (colour and black-and-white) of Dutch buildings of various kinds and different periods in time, from windmills and monasteries to train stations and shops.
A compact collection of nearly 30 colour photographs of Swedish historical buildings, from royal palaces and churches to lighthouses.
A diverse collection of more than 8,500 objects covering a broad spectrum of the Swedish cultural heritage from the 18th century until now. The objects range from commercial stamps, wallpapers, and letters to paper dolls, weaving patterns and Christmas cards.
Nearly 3,000 black-and-white ethnographic photographs taken in various continents, from the collection of the Swedish Museum of Ethnography in Stockholm.
More than 300 memorabilia and stories from Poland documenting the political and social changes in Central and Eastern Europe in the year 1989. Provided by Europeana 1989, which is a pan-European project concerning the changes related to what is commonly known as the fall of the Iron Curtain.