"We are bavarikon!" – bavarikon is a joint project initiated by cultural institutions based in Bavaria. All of our digitised objects are the high-resolution images of the originals found in our partners' inventories and collections.
Here you will find an overview of all our partners including contact details as well as links to the content of the respective institution in bavarikon. We are working together to ensure that bavarikon constantly offers new digital content and remains a lively place for art, culture and science.
The Directorate General of the Bavarian State Archives was established in 1970 an its duties include the centralized administrative and functional supervision of the Bavarian state archives as well as the evaluation, acquisition, classification and cataloguing of archive items according to consistent standards.To the partner
The University Library of the Friedrich Alexander University (FAU) constitutes the library system of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and is the regional library for the administrative district of central Franconia. As an academic universal library, it offers its users a wide range of special literature from all faculties as well as numerous services.To the partner
The Bavarian State Library was founded in 1558 and acts as treasure trove of cultural heritage, as provider of academic multimedia information and as innovator in the field of digital services and it is one of the foremost national and international ports of call for researchers, for students as well as for all those in general who are seeking information.To the partner
The Bavarian Department of State-owned Palaces, Gardens and Lakes, also known as the Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung (Bavarian Palace Department), is one of the oldest administrative departments in the Free State of Bavaria with a long-standing tradition. Created as part of the court administration of electors and kings, it is today the largest public authority for museums in Germany.To the partner
The Richard Wagner Museum with National Archives of the Richard Wagner Foundation in Bayreuth is run by the Richard Wagner Foundation founded in 1973 and has the remit of preserving and researching the material legacy of Richard Wagner (1813-1883) and expanding its holdings and making them accessible to the public.To the partner