Instituto Cultural Helénico - Mexicocity
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Directions to Instituto Cultural Helénico
A brief word about the Hellenic Cultural Institute may well be framed in response to the following three questions: When, who and why they founded? What are your actual activities? Where are carried out?.
Instituto Cultural Helenico is an institution that has endured, overcoming the barrier and the test of time, and that by his conduct has achieved a presence and weight in its environment; achievement behind which there is, as always, an idea, force and momentum, a strong personality who proposed it to life.
Officially born on December 14, 1973 and, as its Constitutive Act, this institute is responsible for 'the promotion and production of the Hellenic culture in Mexico,' and then noted, in more detail, promotion of conferences; courses and seminars on art, philosophy, sociology and history; Greek classical theater; Hellenic specialized library; editions; university cultural exchange
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