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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... Guerreiro founded in São Paulo the Professor Guerreiro Gymnasium, renamed Anglo-Latin Gymnasium after the Second World War in honour of the Allies ... In the late 1930s, when Guerreiro died, his heirs sold the gymnasium to Leo, Celestino and other professors, who expanded the place and opened the Anglo-Latin School ... Leo and Celestino decided to close and sell the gymnasium to pursue engineering careers ...
... Landfermann-Gymnasium (LfG) is situated in the city centre of Duisburg, Germany ... was transformed into a Latin school in 1559, which today's Landfermann-Gymnasium acknowledges as its official founding year ...
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