Liceo Italiano di Istanbul

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İtalyan Lisesi, Liceo Italiano di Istanbul, Istituti Medi Italiani, I.M.I.
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Location
Istanbul
Turkey
Information
Type Private
Established 1861
Principal Massimo di Segni (Principal)
Zerrin Akınlı (Turkish Vice Principal)
Color(s) Blue, Gold
Website
The front facade of the school building
A typical first day of school

The Liceo Italiano Statale Istanbul or the Istituti Medi Italiani (I.M.I.), popularly known as Liceo Italiano in Italian and İtalyan Lisesi in Turkish, is under legislation a private school which is situated in Istanbul, Turkey. Although considered a private school under Turkish law, the Liceo Italiano receives financial support and teachers from Italy.

It is owned by the Italian government.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "SCUOLE STATALI ITALIANE E SCUOLE DELL'INFANZIA PARITARIE ANNESSE" (PDF). Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 2015-11. p. 3/3. Retrieved 2016-08-28.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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Coordinates: 41°01′48″N 28°58′43″E / 41.03000°N 28.97861°E / 41.03000; 28.97861