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The Cervantes Institute officially reopened its new facility at the Beirut Digital District Tuesday. Inaugurated by the Cervantes' worldwide Director Juan Manuel Bonet, the new location includes the addition of a library and a gallery space.Founded in 1991 by the Spanish government as a worldwide nonprofit dedicated to promoting the Spanish language and Hispanic culture, the Cervantes currently has over 80 centers in 44 countries.The Beirut branch opened as a Spanish cultural center in 1955 and was rebranded a Cervantes Institute in 1995 .Currently home to 12,000 volumes, the new facility is part of the library network of the Cervantes Institute, a network integrated into the Spanish Library System with corresponding digitized versions."Revisitaciones & Co". is up at the Cervantes Institute Gallery, Beirut Digital District, Beshara Khoury, until June 25, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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