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RSS Performing Arts

RSS Expositions temporaires

RSS Cinema, Audio-Visual Arts

RSS Literature, Books, Reading

RSS Living Heritage

RSS Festivals

RSS Leisure, Traditions and others

RSS Permanent Exhibitions

RSS Visual Arts, Design

RSS Cultural and sociocultural Education

RSS Young Audiences

RSS Statermuséeën

Geographic Feeds

RSS DG Belgium

RSS Lorraine

RSS Luxembourg

RSS Rheinland-Palatinate

RSS Saarland

RSS Wallonien - Brussels

RSS QuattroPole

RSS Islek - Eifel - Ardennen

RSS Bassin minier transfrontalier
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How do I register for a plurio.net Culture Feed?


Click at the orange-cloured field next to the Feed you are interested in and follow the instructions. A so-called „Newsreader“ is integrated into most modern Internet browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox). This means there is no need to install new programmes. Simply click on the orange-coloured RSS-Symbol next to the feed you are interested in and follow the instructions. The feed is added to the dynamic bookmarks of your browser. You can sign up with Microsoft Office Outlook Feeds as well, which is the same procedure.

 

What is RSS?

RSS is a technology, which enables one to subscribe to timely updates of a website. RSS means «Really simple Syndication ». This includes the really simple syndication of news and contents. Since there is no need to pick-up the information, because you receive it automatically, the service is also called ”Newsfeed”.

 

What information does the plurio.net Culture Feed contain?


We use the RSS-Feed at plurio.net, to spread news about events and cultural news. The portal of the Greater Region offers a variety of different Newsfeeds. You can receive updates about events in a special region as well as about all events of one category in the Greater Region as a whole. In this manner you can always be up-to-date, for instance, about what is going on in the performing arts at different places in the Greater Region.

 

How do I benefit from a plurio.net Culture Feed?


If you register for an RSS Feed you don’t have to search for news, because you are updated automatically wherever you have registered, for example, in a newsreader directly in your browser (e.g. Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Apple Safari). The advantage for you is that you can arrange news and information individually and read it whenever you like.

 

How much is the plurio.net Culture Feed?


As a matter of principle, RSS-Feeds are generally free. You can sign up for as many feeds as you like. We hope that you will discover the cultural offerings of our Greater Region and that you will find information about interesting events.