Top Important Must-Visit Mosques in Medina

Madinah is known as the city of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) and has numerous important Mosques.
Al Masjid Al Nabawi in mosques in madina
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Mosques in Madinah will make you go into the incredibly rich history of Islam. These sacred places are focal points where Muslims come around the world for religious activities.

Known as the second holiest place in the world after Makkah, the land of Madinah is not only known for its Islamic significance but for its land and architecture as well.

Mosque al Nabawi

Nabawi Mosque Madina Saudi Arabia
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This mosque has expanded its landscape over the centuries. It can accommodate a huge population of worshippers.

It is known as the masque of our Holy Prophet (PBUH) and one of the most famous mosques among Muslims.

Al Ijabah Mosque

Al Ijabah Mosque
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Aljabah Mosque which is also known as Mosque Bani Muawiya/Mosque Al Mubahala is located approx. 3015 meters to the north of Jannatul Baqi. It is known to be a mosque of acceptance, where every prayer is answered.

Quba Mosque

Quba Mosque
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Mosque Quba was the first mosque that was built by our Prophet. That’s the reason behind the significance of this place in Islam.

Qiblatain Mosque

Qiblatain Mosque
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It is again a very special place, where our Prophet received a revelation related to the change of direction of prayer (Qibla), Worshippers come here to feel the connection of Islam’s rich history.

Abu Bakr Siddiq Mosque

Abu Bakr Mosque Madina
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This mosque is one of the oldest ones in Medinah and is famous because of the historical fact that the Holy Prophet peace be upon him used to pray Eid prayers in this mosque.

Al-Fatah Mosque

Front view of Masjid Fatah
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The Al Fatah Mosque in Madinah holds immense importance and is located at the site of the Battle of Azhab (Trench). This is one of the most visited mosques in Madinah. It is the same mosque where the Holy Prophet made dua during the battle of Khandaq and received good tidings.

Mosque Ali Ibn Abi Talib

Mosque Ali Ibn Abi Talib in madina
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Built in the name of the fourth caliph of Islam, Ali ibn Abi Talib, this mosque is the place where Ali (R.A) led the Eid prayer. It is one of the most important and highly visited mosques.

Mosque Ghamama

Mosque Ghamama
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This mosque is also known as the cloud mosque. Here a cloud gave shelter to our prophet and his companions while praying.

Mosque Salman al Farsi

Mosque Salman al Farsi

A mosque built in memory of one of the closest companions of the Holy Prophet, Salman is Mosque Salman al Farsi known for its beautiful view and peaceful atmosphere Muslims from all over the world visit this place.

For a spiritual experience, one must visit these mosques. Connect yourself with the rich Islamic history and culture and find peace by exploring these sacred places.

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