Medina tul Munawwarah, also known as the Prophet’s, is the most peaceful city in Saudi Arabia, with plenty of significant places to admire its visitors. Umrah Experts has enlisted some mesmerizing must-see attractions for Umrah pilgrims to go and explore with our help. Please sign up for sightseeing (ziyarat) with Umrah Experts.
Masjid-al-Nabawi also named as Prophet's mosque is situated in the Hejazi region of Medina and is the 3rd mosque integrated with the background of Islam, which is the relaxing area of the Holy Prophet (SAW). It is the biggest mosque on the planet, and countless individuals from different regions come to pray in this breathtaking mosque every year.
The Garden of Baqi, also known as Jannat-ul-Baqi, is an ancient cemetery in Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is one of the most important and beloved Muslim burial places in the world. The cemetery is thought to include the graves of various notable personalities from Islamic history, including several of the Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) associates and family members. The graves of the Prophet's loving Daughter, Hazrat Fatima bint Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), and his grandson, Imam Hasan (A.S), are among them.
Quba mosque holds a really considerable value in the hearts of Muslims because of its distinct spiritual history. This is the location where Prophet Muhammad (SAW) spent fourteen days while waiting on Hazrat Ali (A.S) to show up in Medina. The Prophet (SAW) also used to go there every Saturday to offer nawafil and recommended Muslim Ummah do the very same since it contains additional rewards for the Ummah. According to some narratives, its initial rocks were placed by Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) when they arrived in Medina after the migration.
Masjid-al-Qiblatayn is the mosque where according to historical Islamic history, the Qibla was changed by the Prophet (SAW) while he was leading the Zuhr instructions. The Qiblatayn mosque is among the earliest ones in addition to Masjid-al-Nabawi as well as the Quba mosque.
The 7 Mosques:
Seven Mosques also named as Saba mosque is a beautiful architecture around the location which functions as the historical and archeological place in Medina. Based on the western edge of the Sela hill range, this mosque indicates the conquest of Muslims against the Quresh in the battle of Truth Khandaq where the Muslims dug a trench to safeguard Medina.
The Mount Uhud:
Mount Uhud most commonly known as the mountain of Paradise, is in the north of Medina where the Battle of Uhud took place and the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) got injured. Also, Prophet's (SAW) uncle, Hazrat Hamza was martyred during the battle. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) mentioned his love for this place saying that we love it and it loves us.