A piece of curtain of The Kaaba from the Ottoman era display at Qur'an Exhibition. Medina, Saudi Arabia

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A piece of Ottoman curtain for The Kaaba presented at The Holy Qur'an Exhibition, in Medina, Saudi Arabia.

This piece of curtain was part of huge curtains covers the Kaaba. It was woven in fine black silk, with its silk ground embroidered with gold-coated silver metal threads. It was written in the reign of the Ottoman Sultan, Sultan Abdul Hamid II in 1883, 1300 A.H by the famous calligrapher, Abdullaah Zuhdi (1836-1879) (1251-1296 A.H).

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