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One of the valuables Imam Hussain Museum has is a piece of marble, which was – for long – positioned to the side of the grave where the holy head of Imam Hussain (Peace Be Upon Him) is buried.
Sayyid Ela’ Dheya’ Eddeen – museum director – said, “Where the piece of marble was is most likely a sign indicating the Imam’s holy head. It’s recently been removed due to replacing the old lattice-enclosed tomb with the new one.”
He added that it is now displayed in a glass box at the museum next to the old lattice-enclosed tomb, where the visitors can review it.
By: Wela’ Esseffar
Translation: Mohammed Alobaidi