Today, Thursday 29 October, the University of Groningen celebrates 40 years of cooperation with the Carl-von-Ossietzky Universität in Oldenburg, Germany.
The Special Collections department made a virtual exhibition about 400 (!) years of Groningen and Oldenburg. Pivotal is a conflict between Ubbo Emmius, the first rector of the academy of Groningen, and the Oldenburg court.
The story is illustrated with unique materials from our Special Collections, such as a booklet with handwritten notes by Ubbo Emmius himself, original letters and exquisite maps of East Friesland and Oldenburg.
A 3D reconstruction of the ancient city of Crustumerium by archeologists and the Reality Center of the University of Groningen (video).
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