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Map of the week - Maritime Museums

The European Atlas of the Seas displays the location of 36 outstanding maritime museums, including ‘Galata Museo del Mare’ in Genoa, the largest maritime museum of the Mediterranean.

European maritime museums offer unique experiences to discover our maritime history. For instance, in the Estonian Maritime Museum, visitors can contemplate the ‘Lembit Submarine’, the oldest submarine still afloat in the world and now transformed as a museum ship in Tallinn.

In Denmark alone there are five maritime museums. The Danish trade with China and India, model ships, paintings, photographs and related artefacts illustrating the Napoleonic Wars are just few of the outstanding collections visitors can find in this Nordic country.

Maritime museums ensure that ancient and historical artefacts, and vessels are preserved in optimum conditions, and are accessible for general interest, for academic study and for public education.


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The data displayed in this map are hosted by European Maritime Heritage:


10th EMODnet Steering Committee meeting

The next EMODnet Steering Committee meeting will take place from 19/11/2018 at 14:00 till 20/11/2018 at 17:30 in Brussels. The EMODnet Steering Committee meets twice a year to revise progress and set the priorities for future developments. 

19 Nov 2018 to 20 Nov 2018
Brussels, Belgium

EOOS Conference 2018 | Evolving the European Ocean Observing System - Connecting communities for end-to-end solutions

The first EOOS Conference will take place in Brussels on 21-23 November 2018.
21 Nov 2018 to 23 Nov 2018
The Egg, 175 Bara Street, 1070 Brussel