|Founder(s)||Government of Czech Republic|
|Product(s)||Czech cultural education|
The Czech Centres (Czech: Česká centra) comprise an organisation funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. Its goal is to promote the Czech language and Czech culture abroad. It was created in 1986, and is based in Prague. There are currently 21 Czech Centres in twenty countries around the world.
The Czech Centres has branches in 21 major cities outside the Czech Republic:
- Argentina - Buenos Aires
- Belgium - Brussels
- Bulgaria - Sofia
- Germany - Berlin, Dresden, Munich
- France - Paris
- Italy - Milan
- Japan - Tokyo
- Netherlands - The Hague
- Hungary - Budapest
- Poland - Warsaw
- Austria - Vienna
- Romania - Bucharest
- Russia - Moscow (2)
- Slovakia - Bratislava, Košice
- Sweden - Stockholm
- Spain - Madrid
- Czech Republic - Prague (main)
- Ukraine - Kiev
- United States - New York City
- United Kingdom - London
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