A collection of rare historical manuscripts has been put on display in a library in the Italian city of Florence.
The collection includes some 11,000 handwritten works dating back to different eras.
Among them are 100 manuscript copies of the Holy Quran, according to Al-Jazeera.
Muhammad al-Issa, the secretary general of Muslim World League recently toured the library.
He visited its Quranic collection and other historical books and documents during a trip to Florence.