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Dante Alighieri launches Italian language lessons in Nicosia

Date:

10/04/2016


Dante Alighieri launches Italian language lessons in Nicosia

Press Release

The Embassy of Italy in Nicosia informs that the Cyprus Committee of the Dante Alighieri Society has activated a wide range of Italian language courses for the academic year 2016/2017. The courses, taught by qualified, mother-tongue instructors, are for adults of all levels and - for the first time – also for elementary school children:

Level A1 course
Monday 18.00-20.00

Level A2 course
Tuesday 18.30-20.30

Level B1 course
Thursday 18.00-20.00

Level C1-C2 course
Monday 18.00-20.00

Course for Elementary school children
Saturday 9.00 -11.00

Lessons take place at the Cyprus Committee of the Dante Alighieri Society, located adjacent to the Italian Embassy in Nicosia: 11, 25th March street 2408, Engomi, Nicosia.

For further information:
- website: http://www.dante.org.cy/
- email: dantealighiericy33@gmail.com
- telephone: 96610900.

The Cyprus Committee of the Dante Alighieri Society was established in 1998 as a non-profit organization that aims to promote the Italian language and culture in Cyprus.
It is part of the renowned Dante Alighieri Society, an organization with a world-wide presence, founded in Italy in 1889 with the aim of promoting Italian language and culture, of strengthening the links between Italians living abroad and their homeland, and of nourishing and disseminating love for Italian culture throughout the world.

The Cyprus Committee of the Dante Alighieri Society has recently opened a new office at the Cornaro Art Institute in Larnaca, where every Wednesday it organizes conferences on topics of cultural interest such as the gladiator games of ancient Rome (Wednesday, October 5th, 2016 in Larnaca) and the cult of the ‘Bona Dea’ fauna in ancient Rome (Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 in Nicosia).

Last July the Dante Alighieri Society of Cyprus renewed its Board of Directors, electing Prof. Umberto Mondini as its new President.


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