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GoetheThe Goethe-Institut Sri Lanka took up its work in 1957 on this tropical island, which is known particulary for its tea, but as well for its jewels, its india rubber and its spices, above all:Cinnamon.

The Goethe-Institut has always been organizing and supporting a broad spectrum of cultural meetings such as conferences, colloquia, lectures, readings, discussions, film demonstrations (and seminars), Toot and art exhibitions, theatre productions, dancing workshops and concerts. Often it worked avant-garde, always respecting quality, offering a sophisticated picture of Germany and its culture by a various and current program and by knocking against aesthetic and intellectual discourses.

The Goethe-Institut Sri Lanka offers a differentiated language course program, organizes increasingly language programs in other education/ training Institutions and provides a platform for technical advanced training of all german teachers of the country.

The information service of the Goethe-Institut Sri Lanka provides you with the latest facts on questions of the cultural, social and political life in Germany. The offer covers print and audiovisual media, among them also the most important daily and weekly papers and magazines.