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Created by the [[Spain|Spanish]] government in [[1991]] theThe '''Instituto Cervantes''' is a worldwide non-profit organisation created by the [[Spain|Spanish]] government in 1991 and dedicated to the teaching of [[Spanish language|Spanish]] as a second language, as well as the promotion of [[Culture of Spain|Spanish]] and Hispanic American culture throughout non-Spanish-speaking countries. Its head offices are located in [[Madrid]] and [[Alcalá de Henares]], the birthplace of [[Miguel de Cervantes]], the author of the [[Don Quixote]] novel.
 
The Instituto Cervantes is present in over thirty different countries with 60 centres in all.
 
==Publications==
Since [[1998]] the Instituto Cervantes has published the annual ''El español en el mundo'' highlighting the state of Spanish in the world, and current trends. The Instituto has also run the [[Internet]]-based Centro Virtual Cervantes since [[1997]].
 
==Origin of name==
Instituto Cervantes is named after [[Miguel de Cervantes]] ([[1547]]–[[1616]]), the author of [[Don Quixote]] and perhaps the most important figure in the history of [[Spanish literature]].
 
==Recognition==
[[Category:Language education]]
[[Category:Non-profit organizations]]
[[Category:Prince of Asturias Award winners]]
[[Category:Spanish culture]]
[[Category:Spanish language]]
[[Category:Prince of Asturias Award winners]]
 
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