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November 15, 2011 / jmeuropeana

Top 10 most viewed Europeana objects for August

August is always a quiet month at Europeana – many people are on holiday, visiting their family or just reloading the batteries. And a lot of the people that actually use Europeana continue to do so. We usually see a slight decrease in usage in the summer months, but people still find us, and look at the many treasures Europeana has to offer.
So, what were the most-used of these treasures for the month of August?

1. Girl with a Pearl Earring – Johannes Vermeer :
Meisje met de parel

2. Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica – Isaac Newton :
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica / 1

3. Group of matriculation class, Bangalore High School, 1866 :
Group of matriculation class, Bangalore High School

4. Slovník česko-cikánský a cikánsko-český jakož i cikánsko-české pohádky a povídky – Josef Jesina (“Dictionary Czech-Gypsy and Gypsy-Czech and Czech gypsy-fairytales and stories”) :
Slovník česko-cikánský a cikánsko-český jakož i cikánsko-české pohádky a povídky

5. Roy Emerson, the winner of Wimbledon in 1965 :
Wimbledon, Emerson (Australie) winnaar Wimbledon, hier met trofee

6. Wiesen-Buch von den Uebermemel-Wiesen der Stadt Tilsit nebst der Wiesen-Karte, 1895 :
Wiesen-Buch von den Uebermemel-Wiesen der Stadt Tilsit nebst der Wiesen-Karte

7. Damenmode der “Wiener Werkstätte”, Atelier Madame d’Ora, 1921 :
Damenmode der "Wiener Werkstätte"

8. London City Map, 1633 :
the Cittie of London 31

9. Friedrich-Werdersches Gymnasium, Albert Schwartz (photographer) :
Friedrich-Werdersches Gymnasium: Außenansicht

10. Poème des larmes, François and Julie Fertiault, 1860 :
Poème des larmes. 2e édition, augmentée de pièces inédites, suivie d'un appendice et autres annexes et précédée d'une introduction par Henri Bellot,...

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