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The history of the Centre Français de Berlin is closely connected to the history of Berlin and the Franco-German relations. Up until 1992, the former Centre Culturel Français at Müllerstraße 74 was a cultural centre run by the French allied forces in Berlin.
The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 brought an historical change and the retreat of the four allied forces from Germany. The “2+4 treaty” as well as the Reunification Treaty led to the transfer of the Centre property into the hands of the Federal Republic of Germany, represented by the Federal Ministry of Finance.
However, due to lack of use, the buildings of the Centre Français de Berlin showed distinct signs of age. Comprehensive renovation work was necessary before the complex could be put to use.
The French associate is CEI (Centre d’Echanges Internationaux), based in Paris, 1, rue Gozlin, F-75006 Paris; the German associate is SPI (Stiftung Sozialpädagogisches Institut Berlin), based in Berlin, Müllerstr. 74.
The following parties were involved in the foundation phase:
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