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Madinah

The Prophet's Mosque ﷺ

Masjid al-Nabawi

Masjid al-Nabawi (Arabic: المسجد النبوي; "The Prophet's Mosque") was built by the Prophet ﷺ shortly after his migration from Makkah to Madinah in 1 AH (622 CE). It was originally a small mosque built from mud bricks and...

The most excellent of deeds on completion of the Hajj or Umrah is to go to Madinah in order to visit the grave of the master of Prophets, the mercy unto mankind, Muhammad ﷺ. Although visiting the Prophet ﷺ is classified...

The Rawdah (Arabic: الروضة; “The Garden”; also transliterated as “Rawda” or “Rauda”), sometimes called al-Rawdah al-Shareef (Arabic: الروضة الشريفة; “The Exalted Garden”) is one of the Riyadhul Jannah (Arabic: رياض...

There are six pillars or columns inside the Rawdah area within Masjid Nabawi that hold special historical and spiritual significance, with a further two inside the Sacred Chamber. These blessed pillars stand on the...

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