Welcome to the official website of Arabic cultural Center in Belgrade, Serbia! Arabic cultural center is an independent, non-profit, non-government organisation in Belgrade, founded at the beginning of 2017. by Arabic language and literature graduates. Our goal is fostering cultural cooperation and exchange between the Republic of Serbia and Arab countries, trough promotion of the Arab culture, customs and traditions, language and literature, as well as happenings in the field of contemporary art and culture. Furthermore, activities of the Centre are aimed at creating better connections between Serbian students and students from the Arab countries and creating opportunities for their engagement and gaining experience at the Centre. Currently, the Arab world consists of more than 22 countries in the Middle East and North Africa, where Arabic is the official language. The Arabic language belongs to a group of Semitic languages and is the fourth most spoken native language in the world. It is also the official language in organizations such as the United Nations, the Arab League, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the African Union. In the Middle Ages, the Arab civilisation contributed to the development of many sciences, bringing their knowledge and new discoveries to Europe and the other parts of the world. These influences are noticed, not only in the European languages and the science terminology, but also the practices they brought are still used today, especially in the field of medicine, philosophy, astronomy, astrology, mathematics, algebra and other sciences. Currently, parts of the Arab world are affected by conflicts, which negatively affects the whole picture of the Arab culture worldwide. This is why our goal is to bring closer everything beautiful in the Arab culture to the Serbian (and regional) audience, and improve this picture together. In order to achieve our goals, we organize Arabic language courses, concerts, film screenings, theater performances, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, seminars and other cultural and art events.