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The Foundation Stone In the Floor of the Dome of the Rock

The Foundation Stone In the Floor of the Dome of the Rock

View over the Foundation Stone, also known as "The Noble Stone," which occupies the center of the floor in the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. The Foundation Stone is a large, flat rock with deep cultural and religious roots. The stone is believed to be the location where Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven during the Night Journey, and it is also believed to be the site where the Holy of Holies once stood in the Jewish Second Temple period. The stone itself has a small hole on its southeastern corner, known as the Pierced Stone. This hole leads to a cavern beneath the rock called the Well of Souls.

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The Foundation Stone In the Floor of the Dome of the Rock
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