An exhibition showcases the detailed architecture of the Prophet’s Mosque
Riyadh: The exhibition which showcases the architecture of the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina kicked off on Thursday, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. The Governor of Medina, Prince Faisal bin Salman, opened the exhibition.
The exhibition presents the transformation of the architecture of the mosque since its construction at the time of the Prophet Muhammad 1,400 years ago.
The focus is on expanding the era of the late King Abdulaziz to the present day.
A special room is dedicated to the rarest and most precious possessions of the two sacred mosques and to ancient artifacts.
Here is an overview:
The exhibition seeks to highlight the architectural aspects of the Prophet’s Mosque and shed light on its intimacy, status and architecture. Besides, it also features unique architectural and historical models, the most important of which is the Minbar (pulpit) of Qaitbay, which dates back over 600 years.
It also highlights several precious objects presented in the exhibition that use modern technologies to display the content and draws on the chronology of the architecture of the Prophet’s Mosque in different languages.
In addition, the exhibition presents its content in multiple languages through wall panels and interactive screens, with the aim of serving visitors in multiple languages.