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Ibn Muqlah Hall قاعة ابن مقلة ملتقى الخطاطين
Saudi Arabia

Veiw No. 1 at Ibn al Bawwab hall in the Exhibition of King Fahd Glorious Qur’an Printing Complex Forum for the World-Renowned Qur’an Calligraphers, the exhibition was organized by KFGQPC in the year 2011, and was participated by a group of those who have had the honour of writing the Glorious Mushaf,  as well as those specializing in the Uthmanic Orthography and other issues of Arabic Calligraphy and the art of Decoration.

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