Instituto Cervantes is the foremost institution for the promotion of Hispanic culture and the largest centre in the world for the Spanish language.
Instituto Cervantes is a non-profit public institute, which was founded in 1991 by the Spanish government for the dissemination of the Spanish language and the promotion of Spanish and Hispanic culture. It already has more than 70 centres on five continents. Aside from Bremen, other German offices are located in Munich, Berlin, Hamburg and Frankfurt. Learning Spanish means so much more than simply familiarising yourself with new words. That is why the Instituto Cervantes offers not only language courses at all levels and diplomas in Spanish as a foreign language (DELE), but also a wide-ranging programme of cultural entertainment (concerts, readings, talks, films, etc.) with artists from Spain and Latin America. You can also make use of the institute's library, which has approx. 20,000 items, including books, (specialist) magazines, travel guides, DVDs, CDs, e-books, e-journals and audio books.
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