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Ministry of Culture and Sportshttp://www.culture.gr
Ministry of Education, Lifelong learning and Religious Affairshttp://www.minedu.gov.gr
Ministry of Foreign Affairshttp://www.mfa.gr
Hellenic Foundation for Culturehttp://www.hfc.gr
National Book Centrehttp://www.ekebi.gr
Greek Film Centrehttp://www.gfc.gr/
National Statistical Service of Greece http://www.statistics.gr
Greek Observatory for Cultural Policy and Cultural Practiceshttp://entopia.org/costisdallas/observatory/
Portal of Cultural Organisationshttp://drasis.culture.gr/
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