The Messenger of God prayed the Eid prayers not in the Masjid an-Nabawi, but at 500 meters in the southwest direction. He would make it in the open field in the distance. A part of this place called Menâha, which was sometimes used for rain prayer and where the convoys from Medina stayed, was turned into a haunted place.
Umar b. Abdulaziz built this place during his governorship of Medina and after that it was called “Masjid-i Musalla”.
When the Messenger of Allah (saas) went here for the Eid prayer and rain prayer, it became famous in the later periods as Ghamama Masjid because a cloud overshadowed him.
Rebuilt by Sultan Abdülmecid I, 32.5 x 23.5 m. The Masjid Gamame is covered with a large dome on the south side and five smaller domes on the north side that are compatible with this big dome.
Sultan II. The mosque, which underwent extensive repairs during the reign of Abdülhamid and in 1990, still preserves the Ottoman architectural style.