International Center for Mauroi Culture
The International Center for Mauroi Culture is a cultural organization and secondary diplomatic institution sponsored and run by the government of Mauretia in cooperation with private enterprise. The primary mission of the facility is to provide a cultural space abroad for the advancement and display of Mauroi culture, while also offering educational, economic, and artistic programs to their respective communities. There are currently locations in the capitals of Aorangëa, Brasonia, Mergany, New Ingerland, and Vodeo. Every facility features locations of the hypermarket Oli! and the diner called Manragama. Each cultural center also houses a theatre sponsored by the youth-arts organization Li Tivqui and a teleMaura news bureau that covers that country and, in the case of the New Ingerland and Vodeo locations, the region. Some locations feature the bakery and confectionery chain YemYem and Frotta Bar café. Notably, the Aorangëa location is a smaller facility; as a service to the expat community in Whangiora, the cultural center sponsors the locations of Frotta Bar, Li Bar Tobin, Oli!, and Viroso in buildings adjacent or across the street from the center proper.
|Location||Map||Cultural Center||Art Museum||Cultural Museum||Cultural School||AZO
|Li Bar Tobin
|Campo Verde, Brasonia|
|Kingsbury, New Ingerland|
- indicates location within 100m of cultural center building and financed by the organization.