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While travel has stopped during the coronavirus crisis, this comes as the perfect time to enjoy some armchair adventures. Much content has become available online for free during this time. We put together a list of freely available content from around the World and will update the list daily*. Enjoy!

– Visit the Versailles Museum virtual exhibition for free. Link

– 190 world universities have provided 600 courses for free. Link

– Download the free Nike Training Club app on the App Store and start exercising. Link 

– NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder every day of the year. Find out what did Hubble look at on your birthday. Link

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– Visit the Yugoslav Drama Theater in Belgrade. Link

– Watch NBA classic games. Link

– On the YouTube channel of the Serbian Film Center watch local movies. Link

– Metropolitan Opera launches “Nightly Met Opera Streams” Link

– Enjoy Berlin Philharmonic concerts. Link  

– Belgrade theatre Atelje 212 will broadcast recorded performances every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on its the Facebook page. Link

– Scribd is making a digital library of ebooks and audiobooks available for free 30 days. Link

– Favourite World Cup matches streamed on YouTube. Link

– Anybooks is an application where you can download books for free. Link

– List of podcasts from Serbia and the region. Link

– 200 universities just launched 620+ free online courses. Link

– Take a virtual tour of some of the World’s greatest museums and heritage sites. Link

– Harry Potter At Home hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you and kids occupied. Link

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 – The National Museum in Belgrade virtual tours. Link

– Classical music concerts. Link

– The National Theater in Belgrade offers free online performances. Link

– NASA Live Library. Link

– Apple Books offers ‘stay at home’ collection of free read-alongs for kids, cosy mysteries, and audiobooks. Link

– Amazon lets you stream Arthur and other kids shows for free. Link

– Actor Chris Hemsworth offers Centr workout videos for free for six weeks when you sign up online. Link

– Over 600 audio and video workouts and hundreds of DJ mixes to keep you moving at home. Free until 31 May 2020. Link

– The Archives of Serbia provides free digital content. Link

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– Belgrade Philharmonic #Stayathome program.
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– The famous American publisher Comics is offering free access to its comic titles. Link 

– Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade is streaming documentaries daily from 18.00 to 20.00. Link 

– Body by Yoga offers free online classes for 1 month. Link

– Babbel offers free language learning for college students. Link

– Get crafty and learn how to make adorable origami. Link

– Opera Madlenianum virtual journey. Link

– 500+ video exercises for treating muscle and joint pain, free until 31 May 2020. Link

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– London bakery Bread Ahead is hosting live baking tutorials on Instagram.
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– JSTOR digital library that usually requires a subscription has announced that 6,000 of its ebooks and more than 150 journals are freely available to the public. Link

– Join a virtual choir. The Sofa Singers is a free online singing event which aims to ‘bring people together from around the world to spark joy and human connection.’ Link

– HBO is offering 500 hours of programming available to those without subscriptions starting from 3 April. Link

– Monterey Bay Aquarium live cams with sea otters, sharks and penguins. Let’s go deep down 🙂 Link

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– The Globe Theatre from London is streaming a Shakespeare play for free every fortnight (and 34 foreign-language productions). Link

– Live stream the Aurora Borealis – Northern Lights. Link

– Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals are streaming for free on YouTube. Link

– The Royal Opera House from London, UK is offering a schedule of free broadcasts and live content. Link

– Learn easy at-home science experiments. Link

– #StayHome and create. Make your own hand-lettered cards, knit your own hats and bake gorgeous cakes. Link

– Booklist announced free online access for all. Link

– San Diego Zoo features livestreams of adorable animals that will surely calm you and entertain kids. Link

– Study at prestigious American universities. Link

– Audiobooks and spoken-word entertainment on Audible. Link


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