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Our adresses around the world

Contact the Danish Cultural Institutes’ around the world

Danish Cultural Institute is present in Brazil, The Baltic States, China, India, Ukraine, Turkey, and the Eastern Neighbourhood Countries.

 

Headquarters is in Copenhagen, Denmark.

 


Brazil

Danish Cultural Institute in São Paulo 

Rua Oscar Freire 379, conj. 32

CEP 01426-001

São Paulo – SP
Brazil
T: +55 21 2532 0599
dki@danishculture.org.br

 

Denmark

Danish Cultural Institut, headquarters in Copenhagen

Vartov, Farvergade 27 L, 2

DK-1463 København K

CVR: 10277728
mail@danishculture.com 

The Eastern Neighbourhood Countries

New Democracy Fund, secretariat 

Vartov, Farvergade 27 L, 2

DK-1463 København K

CVR: 10277728
info@newdemocracyfund.org 

 

Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania

Danish Cultural Institute in Riga
Mūkusalas ielā 3, room 625
Riga, LV-1048
Latvia
T: +371 67288221
F: +371 67289994
dki@dki.lv

 

India (all activities are temporarily coordinated from Denmark)

Danish Cultural Institute in New Delhi
info@danishculture.in

China

Danish Cultural Institute in Beijing 
798 International Arts District
706 Beiyi Jie
2 Jiuxianqiao Lu, Chaoyang Qu
Beijing 100025
China
T: 8610 – 5762 6100
center@danishculture.cn

Turkey

Danish Cultural Institute in Turkey

Vartov, Farvergade 27 L, 2

DK-1463 København K

CVR: 10277728
mail@danishculture.com


Ukraine

The Ukrainian-Danish Youth House 
Peremoga Space,
Yaroslaviv Val 15
Kyiv
Ukraine
T.: + 380 (99) 379 21 54
hello@theyouthhouse.org

 

About Danish Cultural Institute

We believe that arts and culture are among Denmark’s most important assets. Together with partners, we develop international activities that challenges boundaries and create opportunities, which provide mutual value and inspire.

 

Especially when it comes to equal rights, education, sustainable development, democracy and active citizenship. Important values in the world and in Denmark.

 

Our vision is to show that the exchange of arts, culture and knowledge can contribute to handling the challenges of globalisation and strengthen the Sustainable Development Goals.