Places To Visit And Blessed Venues In MEDINA-I MÜNEVVERE

 
PARADISE BAKI

The cemetery of Medina, called Bakî’ or Bakî’u-garğad, is located in the southeast of the city, near the Masjid an-Nabawi.

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MESJID-I GAMAME (MUSALLÂ)

The Messenger of God prayed the Eid prayers not in the Masjid an-Nabawi, but at 500 meters in the southwest direction.

 

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MESJID-I EBBU BAKIR ES-SIDDIK

It is one of the masjids in Medina. It is at the beginning of Amîdiyye street, northwest of Masjid-i Musallâ.

 

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MESCİD-İ ALI B. EBÛ TALIB

Abu Salim al-Ayyashi, who visited Madinah in 1662, records that our Prophet led the Eid prayers in various places, and three of them were famous.

 

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MEDINA STATION

A connection was established between Medina and Istanbul with the Hejaz Railway, the construction of which began in 1900 and reached Medina in 1908.

 

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Mount Uhud

Mount Uhud surrounds the plain where Medina-i Münevvere was founded from the north. 8 km. long and 110 m. is in height. Its distance from Masjid an-Nabawi is 5 km.

 

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MASJID-I KIBLETEYN

It is in Vebere hare to the northwest of Medina-i Münevvere and 5 km from Masjid an-Nabawi. located far away. It was originally called the Bani Salama Masjid because of the tribal region it is in.

 

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MESJID-I KUB

Built on a fertile oasis famous for its wells and date gardens, and named after a well there, Quba was a village on the way to Mecca.

 

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FRIDAY MOSQUE

Our Prophet (saas) reached Quba during the Migration and sent Hz. There were 14 days left to wait for Ali (ra) and other refugees.

 

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MESJID-I ZULHULEYFE (MIQAT MOSQUE)

Zulhulayfa was determined by the Prophet as the place of ihram (miqat) for those who would go to Mecca from the direction of Medina. Today, St. Known as “Âbâr-ı Ali” (Ebyâr-ı Ali) in relation to Ali

 

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