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First Mosque in Islam

Praying two Raka'ah of Salaah at this Masjid after having prayed Fajr in Masjid an Nabwi brings the... read more

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A must visit while in Madinah

A must visit to all muslims while in Madinah. We went on our own rather than joining the big group... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
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Medina, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed yesterday

Praying two Raka'ah of Salaah at this Masjid after having prayed Fajr in Masjid an Nabwi brings the reward of an Umrah (lesser pilgrimage)

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A must visit to all muslims while in Madinah. We went on our own rather than joining the big group. We took a taxi which cost us SAR40 and the driver waited for us to complete our prayers before he send us back to Al...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

A must visit if you are on Umrah or Hajj. Amazing to be at a location with historical significance. There are fruit and other vendors outside. They are expensive though. There are poor children selling stuff. I say support the poor kids if you can....More

Thank Mohamed A
Reviewed 6 days ago

Visited this historical Masjid. A must visit masjid in Medina. My family cherish the moment once we were here.

Thank Puanmh2017
Reviewed 6 days ago

very nice and brings back memories from history that we read about and get the chance to relive. nice people and nice place.

Thank Mahmoud G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An old islamic masjed you can go any time for visit you will feel relax and happy you can get zamzam water from there

Thank Ahmed A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) used to visit this mosque on Saturdays after Fajar and offer 2 Rakahts. By the grace of Allah i was able to perform this Sunnah as i was happened to be in Madina on a Saturday. Its 30 to 40 min walk...More

Thank Princess P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

when The prophet (s a w ) AND SOME OF HIS COMPANIONS MIGRATED FROM mAKKAH TO mADINAH , they stoped at Quba and built a Masjid to offer otayers. I it is very beautiful and spacious. Offering two Rakaat slah in this Masjid carries sawab...More

Thank khalil2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very first mosque of islam, build by Prophet Mohammad (SWW) and his companions when they migrated from Mecca to Madina.

Thank Wajeeh17
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

A mosque where you re-live history and your are captured by the heart when you know how many millions of millions have been in this place from prophets, saints,and people

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Response from Charmaine M | Reviewed this property |
Perhaps is was Sheikh Abdulmajid Salamah Al Suraiha who is known for emotional azans. Otherwise could it be one of the following: Abdulrahman Abdul Elah Khashoggi, Kamil Saleh Al-Najdi, Essam Hussain Bukhari, Omar Yousif... More