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The event, which has become a fall tradition of celebrating the importance of language-learning and multilingualism, featured info booths and mini-language classes in 13 different European languages.
The Council of Europe created the European Day of Languages in 2001 – celebrated every year on 26 September, in recognition of the importance of multilingualism. Hundreds of language and cultural institutes, associations, universities and, in particular, schools take part is this celebration worldwide.