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‘EUROPEANIZATION’ OF LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUMS
Regarding museum work, the EMEE project understands the term ‘Eu- ropeanization’ as:
1. the ‘Europeanization‘ of objects and museum presentations. The Eu- ropean dimension of the collection/exhibition inventory is made vis- ible by suitable objects and topics, whereby the multilayered mean- ings reaching from local to regional and national to European and global shall be made experienceable.
2. the implementation of the EU guiding principles for the development of museums in Europe. In accordance with the EU strategies on cul- tural heritage the ‘Europeanization’ of museums further includes the following aspects:
ACTIVATING THE VISITORS
With this innovative mediating approach, the visitors are invited to en- gage with exhibition topics and objects in a playful, inquiring and explor- ing or creative way.
EuroVision Lab. - Portugal - 'How the Pre-Historic Men made their instruments' Carving worskhop by Archaeologist Pedro Cura at Museu Nacional de Arqueologia - Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: © National Museum of Archaeology, Portugal
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EuroVision Lab. - Christmas Eve @ Национален исторически музей / National Museum of History Christmas Eve @ National Museum of History
in Bulgaria.
Photo: © National Museum of History, Bulgaria


































































































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