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MUSLIM CENTRE OF CULTURE AND EDUCATION in Wrocław (ul. Kasprowicza 24, organizes the 3rd edition of Muslim Cultural Days.
This year in programme are: interreligious discussion panel, mosque open day, dance and calligraphy workshop & more. Here is the full-programme:

18.05.2007 (Friday) - Academic Conference (in Polish)
University of Wrocław, Philosophy Institute (ul. Koszarowa 3)
“Modernity, Religion, Islam: Perspectives on Faith & Spirituality in the Contemporary World”
10:00-11:40 Session 1: “Islam in Europe and World”
12:30-13:30 Session 2: “Islam in Poland”
15:00-17:00 Interreligious discussion
17:30-18:50 Session 3: “Religion in the Contemporary World”
19.05.2007 (Saturday)
Cultural Centre AGORA (pl. J. Piłsudskiego 2)
14:25-14:55 The meeting with Arabic language
15:00-15:25 Islam in Caucasus
15:30-16:00 Vainakh dance demonstration
16:05-16:35 Polish crescent
16:50-17:10 Kazakhstan folk songs
17:10-19:00 Workshops (vainakh dance & arabic calligraphy)
19:00-20:00 Arabic poetry evening
20.05.2007 (Sunday) - Mosque Open Day
11:00-12:00 Mosque vist 1
12:00 Opening reception for the exhibition of Arabic calligraphy by Salah al Moussawy
12:30-13:00 Art of henna
13:00-14:00 Mosque vist 2
14:00-14:30 Reconstruction of the Arabic merchant camp in the 13th century
 // Part Part 1: Shop
14:30-15:00 Republic of Tatarstan: photo & children’s art work exhibitions
15:00-15:30 Vainakh dance
15:30-16:00 Arabic Calligraphy
16:00-17:00 Tasting of food from Islamic countries
17:00-19:00 Workshop (Arabic calligraphy & henna)
17:00-18:00 Mosque vist 3
18:00-18:30 Reconstruction of the Arabic merchant camp in the 13th century
 // Part 2: coffee making demonstration
19:00-19:30 Reconstruction of the Arabic merchant camp in the 13th century
 // Part 3: halaqa

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