The Royal Academy of Valencian Culture (RACV) (in Valencian: Real Acadèmia de Cultura Valenciana) is a public law corporation, combining features of a public and private entity, founded in 1915 to research and study the Valencian language and culture. Its research areas include Valencian history, culture, folklore, and most notably linguistics. According to its statute, its objective is the research, knowledge, encouragement, and promotion of the culture from the old Kingdom of Valencia (today Valencian Community), as well as the defence of the values and identity features of the Valencian people. It was first called Centre of Valencian Culture until 1978 when it was named Academia de Cultura Valenciana. In 1991 the Spanish king Juan Carlos I gave it the title of Royal Academy (Real Academia) adding it to its name. At the same time, the Academy joined the Institute of Spain. Its headquarters are located in the Avellanas street in the historical centre of Valencia, close to its partner cultural association Lo Rat Penat. More information...

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