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Apogee of the Caliphal Empire (700–950 c.e. )

Apogee of the Caliphal Empire (700–950 c.e. )

The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem is the third holiest site in Islam. Built over the remains of Solomon's temple, the structure is thought by many Muslims to mark the spot from which Muhammad began his night journey to heaven.

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