Holy Quran Exhibition

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The Holy Quran Exhibition (معرض القرآن الكريم), located near the south-western side of the Masjid an-Nabawi, is home to a large number of historic Quranic manuscripts. Here a number of manuscripts can be seen for the first time, written over different eras in various forms and images. Other items include manuscripts in their original form as well as a Kaaba cover dating back 140 years among those shown in exhibition.

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circa 622 CE

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