Being kept in the village of Mulanabad, the 300-year-old script is one of the most exquisite Quranic manuscripts in the country, Salah Nasrollahi said on Monday.
Because of the extent of the damage and the historical and cultural importance of this copy of the Quran, experienced restorers came together to restore and revive it distinctly, the official added.
Following a four-month restoration process, the Quran has been displayed for the public after regaining its former glory, he noted.
That copy of the Holy Quran, which is made of paper and covered in leather, has been inscribed on the national heritage list.
Source: Tehran Times