According to written and oral sources, the prohpet Muhammad left imprints of his bare feet on a number of stones. Some of these footprints are preserved in situ, where they were left by the prophet Muhammad, and other footprints were moved and later preserved in mosques, shrines, and tombs of prominent Muslim figures. Some of these footprints were collected and are now housed in the Topkopi Museum in Istanbul.
Footprint housed at the Mosque of the Footprint in Qadam, just south of Damascus on the pilgrimage route to Mecca.
One of two footprints preserved in the mausoleum of Qaitbey in Cairo.
Example of footprint housed in Topkopi Museum in Istanbul. Thanks to Majid al-Massari for the photo.
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