Tomb of Eve

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The Tomb of Eve (مقبرة حواء), also known as Eve's Grave (ضريح حواء), is an archeological site located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, believed by some to be the burial site of Hawwa (Biblical Eve).

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Although the characters are the same, the accounts of Adam and Eve in Islamic texts, which include the Quran and the books of Sunnah (Hadith), are similar but different to that of the Torah and Bible.

Brief History

circa 100 CE

The Tomb of Eve sometime before its destruction. Tomb of Hawwa (Eve) As during Ottoman period 1894, in Jeddah, KSA. It was destroyed in 1928 by Sultan of Nejd and King of Hejaz.

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