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Madinah is esteemed as the second holiest city in Islam, after the blessed Makkah city. Considered the very cradle of Islamic history and architecture, this city became a refuge for the blessed Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) and his faithful companions after migrating from the holy city of Makkah. It is also the burial site of the Prophet (pbuh), with millions of pilgrims travelling to it each year to pay their respects.
The holy city of Madinah is also home to three of the oldest and most significant mosques in Islamic history, namely the Masjid-an-Nabawi, Quba Mosque, and Masjid-al-Qiblatayn. Millions of Muslims travel to these sacred sites each year to learn more about the blessed Prophet (pbuh) and what his life was like in this city. The following are some of the must-see sacred places to consider including in your itinerary as part of your Ziyarat duties during pilgrimage.
Jabal E Uhud

Jabal E Uhud is also simply called Mount Uhud, and is a crucial Ziyarat place for pilgrims arriving in Saudi Arabia. It is where the Battle of Uhud took place between the blessed Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and the polytheists of the Quraysh. Although the Quraysh assumed victory at the battle, their pagan victory remained indecisive as their target, the blessed Prophet (pbuh), was still alive.

Many of the Prophet’s (pbuh) companions are believed to be buried in the soil of this mountain. Jabal E Uhud is the largest mountain in all of Madinah, located approximately 6.4 kilometres north of the city, a majestic sight to behold.

Masjid E Qiblatain

Holding immense historical significance in Islam, Masjid E Qiblatain (or Mosque of the Two Qiblas) is the sacred site where it was revealed to the Prophet (pbuh) to change the direction of the qibla (prayer) from Jerusalem to the holy Kaaba in Makkah. The site is also held in high reverence by Muslims as it is where the very first congregational salah was prayed facing the holy Kaaba.

Ages ago, Masjid al-Qiblatain was the only mosque in the city consisting of two Mihrabs, hence the name. Since the revelation to change the direction of prayer toward the Kaaba, the Mihrab facing Jerusalem has been removed. It is a highly pivotal Ziyarat site for pilgrims from all over the world.

Beer E Ghars

Beer E Ghars (or Bir al-Ghars) is one of the most revered Ziyarat sites to see during a Hajj and Umrah pilgrimage. It is one of the wells most favoured by the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and it is believed he drank from it and made Wudhu with its water. It is also widely believed that he requested he be bathed with the refreshing waters of this well upon his death.

The sacred site has been renovated recently, and the area includes a small mosque toward the north, the outer enclosure of the wall, and a small sabil. It has been cleared of previously existing debris, allowing pilgrims a better look at one of the most significant places in Islamic history.

Masjid E Quba

Masjid E Quba, or simply Quba Mosque, is a highly revered Ziyarat site. It is believed that the blessed Prophet (pbuh) himself founded the mosque after he moved to Madinah from Makkah. It is also widely accepted that this is the first ever mosque built in Islam. In addition to being a pivotal place of worship, the mosque also serves as an important town hall, a madrassa, and a cabinet.

Invariably, located merely a 15-minute drive from Masjid Nabawi, the Masjid E Quba holds a prominent position in Islam. Besides its religious significance, the mosque perfectly exhibits the unmatched marvel of authentic Islamic architecture.

Salman Farsi Dates Farm

Salman Farsi Dates Farm, also called the Garden of Salman Farsi, is a prominent Ziyarat place, occupying a vital spot in Islamic history. The garden was planted by the Prophet (pbuh) and his faithful companions to free Salman Al Farsi from the slavery of his Jewish master. Salman Al Farsi was believed to be the first Persian to accept Islam.

The garden was planted with 300 date palms as compensation in exchange for the freedom of Salman Al Farsi. It also possesses a freshwater well, which is used to water the farm. Pilgrims to this prominent Ziyarat site can take in views of the farm, drink water from the well, and buy dates.

Seven Mosques

A significant Ziyarat site, this is a complex of seven mosques visited by pilgrims each year during Hajj and Umrah. The mosques are integral to Islamic history, linked to the Battle of the Trench, and are located west of the Sala' Mountain. According to Islamic history, Muslims stationed in these mosques dug trenches to defend Madinah against the armies of the Quraysh.

The names of the mosques are Masjid Salman Al-Farsi, Masjid Al-Fath, Masjid Ali bin Abu Talib, Masjid Umar bin Khattab, Masjid Sa’ad bin Mu'adh, Masjid Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq, and Masjid Fatimah Az-Zahra. The Masjid Qiblatain is also included in the seven mosque complex, although it is located around 1 kilometre away, as pilgrims visit it along with the others.

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