CCBT Teaches Turkish in Public School in Rio de Janeiro


Date posted: June 17, 2014

Rio de Janeiro

The Turkish-Brazilian Cultural Center (CCBT) has been teaching Turkish classes at the State School Infante Don Henrique in the Copacabana neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro, since July 2013.

This course has been attracting attention of educators, tourism professionals, journalists and governors from other Brazilian States.

See bellow the TV show “Na Ponta da Língua” produced by O Globo in May 2014.

http://globotv.globo.com/infoglobo/o-globo-rio/v/na-ponta-da-lingua/3336623/

Source: HizmetMovement.com , June 17, 2014


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