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The Prophet Muhammad Museum is a museum about Hz. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in Amman, Jordan.
The museum was opened on 15 May 2012 at the King Hussein Mosque in Al Hussein Public Parks in Amman, with King Abdullah II of Jordan officiating.
Holy relics in the museum
The museum includes some of Prophet Muhammad’s ﷺ belongings, including a single hair from his beard and his letter to the emperor of Byzantium, in which he urged him to convert to Islam.
It also includes a sapling of the tree under which Hz. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ rested on his way to the Levant for trade in the pre-Islamic era.
The tree is located in the badia region.
The museum’s design is inspired by Islamic architecture, with domes, arches and murals and etchings of Koranic verses, King Hussein Mosque’s Imam Ghaleb Rababaa told Petra.
This museum is located in King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque complex in west of Amman.