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Parliamentary questions
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13 June 2018
Answer given by President Juncker on behalf of the Commission
Question reference: E-002084/2018

The European Parliament and the Commission are jointly present in the capitals of the Member States notably in 26 ‘Houses of the European Union’, where both institutions share offices, meeting rooms and exhibition spaces. In these premises, the institutions run the European Public Spaces (18 countries) and information points for citizens.

Building upon the Parlamentarium, the European Parliament and the Commission have begun setting up several ‘Europa Experiences’ in the ‘Houses of the European Union’.

These ‘Europa Experiences’ are interactive multimedia centres for Europeans to learn more about the EU, its actions, its institutions and history right in the heart of the capitals. A first such installation opened in Berlin in 2016, a second one in Ljubljana in 2017, with three more — Copenhagen, Helsinki and Tallinn — foreseen for the end of 2018.

The Commission will continue its collaboration with the European Parliament in setting up further ‘Europa Experience’ installations in the future within the limits of the available budget and resources.

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