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Muslim Praying Area In The Cave Under Dome Of The Rock

Muslim Praying Area In The Cave Under Dome Of The Rock

Scene inside the Cave of the Rock, also known as the Sakhrah, Well of Souls, or the rock of Moriah, situated beneath the Dome of the Rock mosque in Jerusalem. The cave is dimly lit, with soft, diffused yellow light filtering in through openings in the rock. The interior is adorned with ancient stones, giving the impression of a hallowed place steeped in history. The earthly tones and textures of the rock formations lend an air of ancient mysticism to the scene.

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Muslim Praying Area In The Cave Under Dome Of The Rock
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