International Institute of Mediterranean Theatre
Institut international du théâtre de la Méditerranée (IITM)
Instituto Internacional del Teatro Mediterraneo
1990 Mérida Spain
1990, Mérida (Spain). A component network of H-XK0527 - UNESCO Mediterranean Programme, based on T-XT7612 - International Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees in Higher Education in the Arab States and European States Bordering on the Mediterranean. Registered in accordance with Spanish law.
Promote theatrical culture of the Mediterranean; compare aesthetic approaches; stage co-productions with a view to contributing in its fields of activity.
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Includes. Fundación Instituto Internacional Teatro del Mediterraneo.
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