Holy Places in Madina city

Holy Places in Madina City.

Holy Places in Madina City.
Madinah Munawwarah or Medina al-Munawwarah (المدينة المنورة) is the second holiest city for Muslims because there is Masjid-e-Nabawi where the tomb of Prophet Muhammad is located. Due to Roza Rasool, the Muslim world is considered medina is one of the Holy city of the world. Madina is 210 miles (340 km) north of Mecca and about 120 miles (190 km) from the Red Sea coast.  

Most tourists and Islamic places in Madina.

Al-Masjid a Nabawi.

Masjid-e-Nabwi is the mosque (mosque) established by the Prophet (ﷺ) during his migration to Madina. It is the second most revered masjid in Islam and the second largest in the world, after Masjid al-Haram in Mecca.

Masjid-e-Quba.

Masjid Quba is the first mosque built by Muslims. The mosque is a mosque on the outskirts of Medina, Saudi Arabia. Initially, the mosque was built 6 kilometers from Medina in the village of Quba, before Medina was enlarged to include this village.

Masjid-e-Qiblateen.

Masjid al-Qiblatayn is a mosque in Medina that is historically important to Muslims as a place where, after Islam Prophet Muhammad was ordered to change the Qiblah from Jerusalem to Makkah, the entire the congregation led by a companion changed direction in prayer

Jannatul Baqi.

Jannatul Baqi (Garden of Heaven) is the main cemetery in Medina. Here are buried many members of the Prophet's immediate family (ﷺ), about ten thousand of his companions (Sahabah) and many eminent and pious personalities.

Grave of Hazrat Hamzah.

Grave of Hamzah, Sayed as Shuhada, located in the martyr district of Shuhada, opposite the emblematic Mount Uhad, rests the blessed tomb of Hamzah the uncle of the prophet Muhammad, also known as the masters of martyrs and lion of Islam. "The eye cries Hamzah, but not Hamzah".

Mount Uhud.

It is a section of Mount Uhud, opposite which the second battle of Islam (the Battle of Uhud) took place in 3 AH. From this mountain, the Prophet (ﷺ) said: "This mountain loves us and we love it." [Muslim]

The garden of Salman Farsi.

The garden of Salman Farsi: the land on which the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) planted three hundred date palms to free Salman Farsi (may Allah be pleased with him) from slavery. It is located near Masjid Quba.

Masjid Al Ghamamah.

This masjid, located about 300 meter southwest of Masjid-e-Nabwi is known as Masjid Ghamama. It is built on the site where the Prophet (ﷺ) performed Eid salah during the last years of his life.

Abu Bakar Masjed.

Located very close to gate 6 of Masjid e Nababi and Masjid Al Ghamamah. This is a smaller single domed mosque.

Masjid Jummah.

Masjid Jummah, on the border of Madina, marks the site where the Prophet (ﷺ) led the first Salah Jummah, shortly after his Hijrah (migration) from Makkah. It is about 2.5 km from Masjid-e-Nabwi.
A hundred Muslims participated in this first Salah Jummah. Among them were relatives of the Prophet (ﷺ) from Bani an-Najjar who had come to meet him and some from Bani Amr who had escorted him from Quba. After completing the Friday prayer, the Prophet (ﷺ) mounted Qaswa (his camel) and left for the city of Madina.

The Seven Mosques.

The Seven Mosques or Sab'u Masajid is a complex of six historic and often visited small mosques in the city of Medina, in Saudi Arabia. The complex consists of six mosques despite the name "Sabah" means "seven" because it originally included the Masjid al-Qiblatayn.

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