Gymnasium

Gymnasium may refer to:

  • Gymnasium (ancient Greece), educational and sporting institution
  • Gymnasium (school), type of secondary school that prepares students for higher education
    • Gymnasium (Denmark)
    • Gymnasium (Germany)
    • Gymnasium UNT, high school of the National University of Tucumán, Argentina
    • Gymnasium (Russia) - a type of advanced secondary school. See also Education in Russia. Example:
      • Gymnasium of Dimitrovgrad, Russia
  • Gym, place for physical exercise
  • Gymnasium F.C., Douglas on the Isle of Man

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