EXPO 2020 Dubai is all about new things. This time it is 18th Century Holy Quran copy of third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson Arrives. It is one of the rare copies.
Rare Quran Copy from America:
EXPO 2020 Dubai visitors will see one of the rarest things of the Islamic world. Yes, 18th century Holy Quran Copy owned by Thomas Jefferson, the Third U.S President Thomas arrives in Dubai. A historic copy of the Holy Quran from 1764 has reached the USA Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. Holy Quran copy of third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson is an rare piece.
Third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson:
The unique copy, which Thomas Jefferson once maintained for long time. It is one of the treasures of the Library of Congress in Washington DC. The Quran holy book is set to become a favourite attraction on its debut show in the Middle East. The book, given as two books and a wrapped map of Makkah. It is cover in a custom-made wooden box with four inches of padding and customs trays. Along with a sensor that recognizes fluctuations and temperature variations.
Holy Quran in America:
Two terms President from 1801-1809, Thomas Jefferson bought this copies of the Holy Quran in his early twenties. He was studying law. He had an enduring interest in world religions. Also read about ipl 2021 first qualifier.
Library staff introduced the Quran:
A second version of the influential 1734 interpretation by George Sale is also there. After guests emerge from a sound-and-light reality, it is clear that it showcases the USA’s establishing principles, especially its modifications. The USA Pavilion features several other performances, including a growing walkway to greet visitors; an eight-minute looping show on the ceiling; and food, culture, and live performance offerings.
It is the first time in history Thomas Jefferson’s copy of the Quran Not in the U.S. Its home at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. It is on show in the USA Pavilion as an essential part of our theme.@StateDept @StateDept_NEA @UnderSecPD @librarycongress @USAinUAE @UAEEmbassyUS pic.twitter.com/dfdgGJD7TI