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Embossed Marble With Hole Of Al Khabiya Ayyubid Shrine At Dome Of The Rock

Embossed Marble With Hole Of Al Khabiya Ayyubid Shrine At Dome Of The Rock

In the southwestern corner of the chapel within the Golden Dome of the Rock, there exists a captivating sight a centuries old column crowned with an Ayyubid dome known as "Al-Khabiya." This remarkable structure carries a delightful fragrance that gently permeates the air. Visitors who approach the Dome of the Rock often extend their hands towards this ancient column, hoping to catch a whiff of its alluring scent. The origins of "Al-Khabiya" trace back to the Ayyubid era, following the liberation of Jerusalem from the Crusaders. It earned its name due to its historical purpose of "hiding." The column and its accompanying dome have withstood the test of time, serving as a silent witness to the rich history and significant events that unfolded within the Dome of the Rock.

Image ID#: 30589 / Category: Religion, Architecture / Price: 499$
Embossed Marble With Hole Of Al Khabiya Ayyubid Shrine At Dome Of The Rock
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