The size of a postage stamp, this Quran has been passed down through the generations in Mario Broschi’s family in Tirana, Albania.
The Qur’an is 2 cm (0.7 in) wide and 1 cm thick, and is kept by the Bruchi family. The Qur’an can only be read with a small magnifying glass placed in its case.
According to Elton Karaj, who studies the Qur’an at the University of Beder in Tirana, the 900-page copy has been preserved since at least the 19th century.
There is also an interesting story behind the possession of this special copy of the Holy Quran by the Broshi family.
“While my great-grandfather was digging the ground for a new house in the Djakovica district of Kosovo, they found the perfectly preserved body of a man buried there,” Broshi said. He said.
“And he found the Qur’an intact in his heart.”
The family accepts this discovery as a divine sign and converts to Islam.
source: News 7
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