European Capitals of Culture

Rijeka 2020 (Croatia)

Galway 2020 (Ireland)

Plovdiv 2019 (Bulgaria)

Matera 2019 (Italy)

Valletta 2018 (Malta)

Leeuwarden 2018 (Netherlands)

Pafos 2017 (Cyprus)

Aarhus 2017 (Denmark)

Wrocław 2016 (Poland)

Donostia-San Sebastian 2016 (Spain)

Mons 2015 (Belgium)

Pilsen 2015 (Czech republic)

Riga 2014 (Lithuania)

Umeå 2014 (Sweden)

Marseille-Provence 2013 (France)

Košice 2013 (Slovakia)

Guimarães 2012 (Portugal)

Maribor 2012 (Slovenia)

European Capitals of Culture:

2011: Tallin (Estonia), Turku (Finland)
2010: Pécs (Hungary), Essen (Germany), Istanbul (Turkey)
2009: Vilnius (Lithuania), Linz (Austria)
2008: Liverpool (Great Britain), Stavanger (Norway)
2007: Luxembourg (Luxembourg), Sibiu (Romania)
2006: Patras (Greece)
2005: Cork (Ireland)

European Cities of Culture (1985-2004):

2004: Janov (Italy), Lille (France)
2003: Graz (Austria)
2002: Bruges (Belgium), Salamanca (Spain)
2001: Rotterdam (Netherlands), Porto
(Portugal)
2000: Reykjavik (Iceland), Bergen (Norway), Helsinki (Finland), Brusel (Belgium), Praque (Czech Republic), Krakow (Poland), Bologna (Italy),  Avignon (France), Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain)
1999: Weimar (Germany)
1998: Stockholm (Sweden)
1997: Solun (Greece)
1996: Copenhagen (Denmark)
1995: Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
1994: Lisabon (Portugal)
1993: Antwerp (Belgium)
1992: Madrid (Spain)
1991: Dublin (Ireland)
1990: Glasgow (Great Britain)
1989: Paris (France)
1988: West Berlin (West Germany)
1987: Amsterdam (Netherlands)
1986: Florence (Italy)
1985: Athens (Greece)