It is one of the masjids in Medina. It is at the beginning of Amîdiyye street, northwest of Masjid-i Musallâ. Hz. It got this name because Abu Bakr (ra) led the Eid prayers here during his caliphate. Our Prophet led the Eid prayer in this place.
For the first time, Umar b. The mosque, which was built by Abdulaziz, was built by Sultan II in 1838. It was renovated by Mahmud. The mosque, which was repaired in 1990 and covers an area of 292 m2, still preserves the Ottoman architectural style.