Past Projects

LoCloud - Local content in a Europeana cloud


LoCloud , building on the achievements of CARARE, aimed in establishing a repository-based aggregator for Archaeological and Architectural heritage and of Europeana Local in its work with local institutions and their regional and national aggregators, which resulted in the contribution of well over 5 million items to Europeana.

Europeana Cloud


Europeana Cloud is a Best Practice Network coordinated by the Europeana Foundation, designed to establish a cloud-based system for Europeana and its aggregators. Europeana Cloud provides new content, new metadata, a new linked storage system, new tools and services for researchers and a new platform: Europeana Research.



3DIcons aimed at digitizing a series of architectural and archaeological masterpieces of international cultural significance and at providing 3D models as well as related digital content to Europeana, with the purpose of contributing to the critical mass of highly engaging content available to users.

EHRI - European Holocaust Research Infrastructure


The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) was a four-year project aiming at supporting the European Holocaust research community by establishing unified online access to dispersed sources relating to the Holocaust all over Europe and Israel, and by encouraging collaborative research through the development of tools.

CARARE - Connecting ARchaeology and ARchitecture in Europeana


CARARE aimed at establishing a Best Practice Network as well as an aggregation service in order to improve the interoperability with Europeana of the digital content available from the archaeology and architectural heritage domain. CARARE brought together a consortium representing 20 countries and organizations with broad ranging experience of the heritage sector, digital libraries, standards and aggregation services. It made around 2 million items available.

Preparing DARIAH


“Preparing DARIAH: Preparing for the construction of the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities” was aiming to provide the foundations (strategic, financial, legal, technological and conceptual) for the timely design and construction of the digital infrastructure requisite for scholarly research in the arts, humanities and cultural heritage in Europe.