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The Embassy's cultural program, SPAIN arts & culture organizes exhibitions, performances conferences, and showcases year-round throughout the United States, putting the creativity, history, an talent of Spanish on display for the American public. Find out more on their website, by signing up for their newsletter and by following them on social media (Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter).
The Instituto Cervantes is a public institution created by the Spanish government in 1991 in order to promote and teach the Spanish language, as well as Spain's other co-official languages and Hispanic cultures.
In the U.S., there are Institutos Cervantes in Albuquerque, Boston, Chicago, El Paso, New York, and Seattle. These centers offer a variety of classes for students and teachers, as well as DELE Diplomas of Spanish.
Visiting the Embassy
In addition to frequent cultural events, the Embassy opens its doors every May for the EU Open House, along with all other European Union embassies in DC. More information from the Delegation of the European Union: euopenhouse.org