Saudi authorities have released new detailed images of Maqam-e-Ibrahim in Makkah’s Grand Mosque, Masjid al-Haram. Maqam-e-Ibrahim is the stone that bears the imprint of Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) where he stood while building the Khana-e-Kaaba when the walls became too high. The detailed images were captured with a new technique that uses stacked panoramic focus.
The stone is enshrined with a gold, silver, and glass frame to preserve the prophet’s footprints. The shape of the Maqam-e-Ibrahim is of a square with two oval pits in the middle that has the footprints of the Prophet Ibraham (PBUH).
The colour of Maqam-e-Ibrahim is between (the shade of) white, black and yellow whereas its width, length and height are 50cm.
Source: Express Tribune