The British Museum presents a copy of the eighth-century Quran

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The British Museum, said yesterday that a copy of the Quran dating back to the still eight, will be exposed to visitors as part of the presentation on Hajj (pilgrimage).

In a press release, the museum reported that this discussion of pilgrimage is an opportunity to show the history of this journey, over the centuries and the changes that this pillar of Islam known for its history, the agency reported official Kuwaiti KUNA.

During this exhibition, several pieces of Islamic art will be exhibited during the three months will this event.

Source: ain.com.ar

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