A cultural edifice that enjoys the honor of the place.

The King Abdulaziz Complex for Endowment Libraries in Madinah is a cultural edifice concerned with public libraries and endowment libraries with the aim of facilitating and facilitating specialists, interested parties and researchers in collecting information from reliable sources from different countries of the world. The King Abdulaziz Complex for Endowment Libraries enjoys the honor of the place, the honor of naming, and the honor of the historical decision-maker, as the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud - may God protect him - ordered the establishment and organization of the complex on 9/15/1437. That decision stipulated the transfer of the entire holdings of the King Abdulaziz Library from endowment libraries, manuscripts, collectibles, rare books and various collections to the complex, taking into account the endowment condition, as the complex is currently located in a temporary headquarters in the Islamic University, until it ends from the permanent headquarters in one of the lands allocated to it. . The complex includes a group of the most famous endowment libraries in the world, the most famous of which are the library of the Noble Qur’an, the library of Sheikh Aref Hekmat, may God have mercy on him, the Mahmudiyah library, the Madinah Public Library, and libraries of schools, ligaments and individuals. The number of endowed collections is thirty-four (34). Some numbers indicate that the complex is proud of the Holy Qur’an library, which contains (1878) one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight manuscripts of the Qur’an, and (84) eighty-four rare Qur’anic verses. There are also rare manuscripts in the complex, numbering (15722) fifteen thousand seven hundred and twenty-two original manuscripts, in addition to illustrations on various media. It also includes (25,000) twenty-five thousand books called rare books, and nearly (100,000) one hundred thousand books. A publication that represented the public library along with other types of sources. The complex also possesses a distinguished group of calligraphy paintings, the most prominent of which are those of the Prophet’s Mosque calligrapher, Abdullah Zuhdi, and some of them were in the dome of Sheikh Aref Hekmat’s library and numbered. There is also a section in the complex dedicated to the treatment, restoration, maintenance, restoration and sterilization of rare manuscripts, documents and books in accordance with international standards, and a group of specialists, materials and tools for processing manuscripts and documents work. During its next vision, the complex works to convey heritage and culture to all segments of society, including children, through creative ideas that suit their age stages, in addition to the presence of the latest advanced technical and technical devices