For the Bolgar State Memorial Sign Quran Museum, Russia, we tailored an all-round, eight-sided diamond glass showcase without the steel frame structure. The Memorial Sign was solemnly opened on May 21, 2012, and reflects Bolgar’s important historical mission and religious significance of this place for the Eurasian Muslim communities.
The Quran Museum located in Bolgar State Historical and Architectural museum-reserve, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. The total area of the museum-reserve amounts to 415 hectares and several ruins and modern buildings can be found here. In 2012 the Monument to the Adoption of Islam as the State Religion of Volga Bulgaria in 922 was completed inside the museum-reserve. The monument holds the world's largest Koran which was created in 2011. The printed Koran was made in Italy and is 2 meters high, 1.5 meters wide and 25 centimeters thick. The cover of the book weighing 500 kg is decorated with silver, gold leaf, malachite, turquoise, amethyst, topaz, and other precious stones.
As the most expensive Quran in the world, we tailored an all-round, eight-sided diamond glass showcase. The corner location is equipped with an efficient and beautiful dehumidification system, which is conducive to the long-term display and preservation of the Koran. The comfortable and soft light configuration highlights both the exhibits themselves and the perfect viewing experience for the viewer. The central exhibit is the Quran installed in the solemn upper hall of the Memorial Sign. The Quran is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records recognized as a cultural value of Russia for its uniqueness and high level of artistic performance.
The exposition of the Quran Museum represents the Holy Book of Muslims from different angles closely connected with the history and culture of Tatarstan. Islam and the Quran itself became the basis of spirituality, an integral part of the daily life of Muslims, reflected in the history and culture, national traditions of Tatar people.