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May 20, 2022

Night of Cultural Institutes on Friday in Bucharest

The eighth edition of the Night of Cultural Institutes, an event organized by the cultural institutes and centres member of the EUNIC Cluster Bucharest and their partners, will take place on Friday, June 20 from 4 pm to dawn, reports the ICR website. The programme will include movies, music, theatre, poetry, dance, creation workshops, contests, games, lectures, language classes, exhibitions, alternative and interactive events, performance, fairs of traditional food products and handcrafted objects. The Night of Cultural Institutes is a project of EUNIC Cluster Bucharest (The European Union National Institutes for Culture) coordinated in 2014 by the Wallonia-Brussels Delegation and organized by British Council, the Czech Centre, the Turkish Cultural Centre “Yunus Emre,” the Wallonia-Brussels Delegation, the Austrian Cultural Forum, the Greek Cultural Foundation, Goethe-Institut, the Hungarian Institute in Bucharest – Balassi Institute, Cervantes Institute, the Romanian Cultural Institute, the French Institute in Bucharest, the Italian Institute for Culture and the Polish Institute, together with the Representation of the European Commission in Romania and the Information Office of the European Parliament in Romania. The admission for the public is free. Green Revolution Association supports the event and the transportation of the public to the places hosting the events, making 40 bicycles available for free, which will be rented from the renting centers in Herastrau Park or Tineretului Park, based on a request sent by June 18 on the e-mail address or on liamsdr@tseracub.urblaw.

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