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International Museum in Medina Welcomes Guests

The International Museum in Medina has recently greeted around 250 visitors. These guests participated in the Umrah and Visit Program led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.

The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah, and Guidance oversees this initiative. This group marks the last batch for 2024. They also explored the museum, showcasing the Prophetic Biography and Islamic Civilization. This museum offers insights in various languages.

Worldwide Guests

The museum attracted visitors from across the globe, spanning 16 countries from Europe and Asia. Furthermore, these included individuals from Russia, Bangladesh, Tajikistan, Australia, and more. They were keen to delve into the museum’s depiction of Islamic heritage.

Exploring Islamic History

The museum’s journey begins at the Prophets’ Wing, moving to Prophet Muhammad’s life. It includes the ancient cities of Mecca and Medina. Visitors saw the Prophet’s personal artifacts. Moreover, they learned about his virtues and the Prophetic Biography. The journey ends with the Farewell Pilgrimage.

Immersive Islamic Culture

Modern methods, like 3D graphics, bring Islamic stories to life. Visitors saw films and images that reflect the essence of Islam. The goal is to educate on Islamic teachings and history.

Positive Feedback

Finally, visitors were pleased with the museum’s offerings. They noted the unique artifacts and the way historical events were presented.

This highlighted Saudi Arabia’s dedication to preserving Islamic history. The variety in the museum’s halls and the authentic representation of Islamic culture impressed them.

They also were grateful for the opportunity to visit such significant cities as Medina and Mecca, thanking the Saudi leadership for this experience.

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