The Holy Quran Exhibition, held in the holy city of Makkah, has attracted over 40,000 visitors since its opening 12 days ago, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Sunday.
The exhibition is organized by the General Secretariat for Exhibitions and Conferences, in cooperation with the King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran.
The visitors hailed the information presented at the exhibition, including Saudi Arabia's boasting of the largest printing press in history that has published and printed the Quran.
The exhibition boasts large display screens that recount the story and stages of the establishment of the King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Quran in Madinah.
It includes a number of pavilions that inform visitors on the annual and total publications of the Complex, and the stages through which the printing of the Quran goes through.
The exhibition also highlights the copies of the Quran that are printed by the Complex in all narratives and interpretations in all languages.
Everyone attending the exhibit receives a copy of the Quran during their visit.