An outdoor exhibition with more than 200 archive and multimedia materials such as photographs, maps and films about Europe reshaped by the First World War.

The open-air exhibition, prepared by in cooperation with historians from more than a dozen countries, is an attempt to synthesize the turbulent beginning of the interwar period in Central and Eastern Europe.

From political changes and economic consequences to social transformations, struggles for identity and contemporary remembrance, the display depicts this fascinating time from a multitude of perspectives. With the use of archival and multimedia materials – more than 200 photographs, maps, music and original films from the 1920s, together with the individual stories told by eyewitnesses – it offers a comprehensive and coherent picture of the New Europe established in the central and eastern part of the continent.