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"Look Down"

New Urban Works by Sheraz Khan.
Berlin's streetscape in photos, sculptures & maps.
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    German Courses and Exams

    German for your studies, your career path, general interest and fun - we have the right course for you!
    New courses start in January .
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    Events

    Join us this winter and spring for another round of engaging Culture talks @ Goethe with artists & planners, two new GOETHE FILMS series at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, an award-winning one-man show and more...

    Library

    Interested in something a little different? Check out our library collection of over 6000 items in German and English including more than 800 hard-to-find DVDs. More...

    NOW Magazine's "Best of Toronto" - 2 Years in a Row!

    We are incredibly proud to announce that for the second year in a row the Goethe-Institut Toronto was voted Best Language School 2014!More ...
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