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Masjid an-Nabi, Medina

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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5/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Built on the site of the Prophet Muhammad's second mosque after his move to the city in 622 CE, Masjid an-Nabi is one of the holiest sites in Islam and a major destination for religious pilgrimage. Originally an open-air structure that contained a house of worship, court, school, and community center, the mosque has expanded and now includes a vast marble courtyard, white walls enclosing massive prayer rooms, several spindly minarets, and a large green dome over the tomb of the Prophet. Dress modestly and look closely at the design details for secret symbols inserted by the architects. Put Masjid an-Nabi into our Medina trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Its always emotional to visit Masjid Nabi for many reasons. Its the 2nd holy masjid for Muslim and this is where Nabi is laid to rest. Peace be upon you, Ya Rasulullah. 
  • Second best in Hyderabad mosque in Islam and a safe campus, where the tomb of the Prophet peace and you'll find many mosques dating to the era of prophecy and in virtue of praying like us
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  • Nice to visit at this time so empty no omra and hug u will fell happy and relax nice wether now in madinah 
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