The smallest copy of the Quran printed in Egypt has been showcased at a pavilion in the international section of the Tehran Quran expo.
The pavilion of Beirut-based Dar-ol-Mofid Publications has presented the copy.
Itimad Kadhamaini, who is in charge of the pavilion, said there are also Quranic books and other data-x-items from Egypt on show.
They include a book titled “Mujam al-Qura al-Misriyin” that features the biography of 400 prominent Egyptian Qaris, he told IQNA.
He further noted that the Dar-ol-Mofid Publications has attended the Quran exhibition in Tehran since its first edition.
The 27th Tehran International Quran Exhibition opened at the Imam Khomeini (RA) Mosalla (prayer hall) on May 11.
With the motto of “Quran, Meaning of Life”, it will be underway until May 25.