Jordan: Museum of the Prophet embraces precious artifacts and relics related to the Islamic history
The Museum of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his progeny, at the King Hussein ibn Talal Mosque, in the Jordanian capital, Amman, houses a collection of relics and artifacts related to the Messenger of God.
The museum includes a group of honorable Prophetic relics, including a hair from his honorable beard, peace be upon him, and relics bearing important indications in the history of Islam, including the letter that the Messenger addressed to Heraclius, the great Roman, offering him to convert to Islam, and it is the original copy that was written on a piece of leather.
The museum also houses a seedling of the ‘al-Baqi’awiya Tree’, which the Prophet sheltered during his first trip to the Levant.
The Museum of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his progeny, highlights, with its architectural design, aspects of the Arab-Islamic civilization through its arches and dome, as well as the use of wood in the decorations, and the murals bearing decorations of Quranic verses adorning the walls of the place.