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Hellenic Foundation for Culture

Hellenic Foundation for Culture
Founded 1992
Founder Government of Greece
Type Cultural institution
Area served Worldwide
Product Greek cultural education

The Hellenic Foundation for Culture (Greece (Athens), which aims to promote Greek language and Greek culture.[1]

Identity

The goal of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture is to promote Greek culture and disseminate the Greek language throughout the world. It has created Branches in Odessa, Alexandria and Berlin, and there are Offices of Representatives in London, Moscow, Vienna, Brussels, Washington, D.C. and Beijing. In 2008, it is planned to found Hellenic Houses of Culture in Melbourne, Trieste, Belgrade, Bucharest, Tirana and Sofia. Among its activities, the Foundation offers lessons in the Greek language, organises cultural events, publishes books and has public libraries in the Branches.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Hellenic Foundation for Culture board members resign | Athens News". Athensnews.gr. 2012-02-08. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 

External links

  • Hellenic Foundation for Culture official website
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