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We visited here to pay our respects. I loved the notice boards outside with all the information. As... read more

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S4z3d4
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Peaceful resting place: Baqi cemetery

This historical burial ground is an intersection of renowned Islamic religious figures, and its... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mustafa156
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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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| Southeast of the Masjid al-Nabawi, Medina, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited here to pay our respects. I loved the notice boards outside with all the information. As I am female, I chose not to go inside and paid my respects from the outside.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This historical burial ground is an intersection of renowned Islamic religious figures, and its contemporary function as an everyday cemetery for the people of Madinah. It has a tranquility and serenity that are felt throughout the city of our Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). The stark reminder...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is opened very occasionally only for around one hour in the morning after fajr salat. Come here and observe all the Sahabas resting in peace in their abodes. There is no name on any grave though, so you cannot identify any of them.

Thank Atif M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Whenever you are in Madinah a visit to Jannatul Baqi is a must visit where you can pray Fatiha and the view of Masjid e Nabawi from there is excellent

Thank khalil9999
Reviewed 9 July 2018

And get some reward from Allah everyone were running to do so you must check this out . Just pray Fajr in the area Closed to Rasullulah out door once they finish the prayers everyone is running to the door where the Jenazah will be...More

1  Thank kamalt952
Reviewed 6 July 2018

A group of 4 of us ladies were wandering outside the Masjid An-Nabawi looking for this cemetery. Ladies are not allowed to enter, but we can view the cemetery from outside (surrounded by clear glass/fibreglass). Since every signboard are in Arabic, we just were praying...More

Thank Ruzana A
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

Every Muslims dream. To die in the holy blessed land of Madina. And get buried in jannatul baqi. In sha allah. The only Graveyard. If buried in this place you will go straight to the heavens. Without any account for your life on earth.

Thank mammaloveyou
Reviewed 21 June 2018

Please note that entrance and exit gates are on same sides. Entrance gate is closed after some time and you have to make a round and exit through gate on same side.

Thank Amir S
Reviewed 19 June 2018

The sanctity of place is maintained, well guarded and protected according to the serenity of the place.

Thank shh786
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Been to jannatul baki in the month of Ramadan it's closed you are not allowed to go inside in Ramadan but you can watch from out side it's near from masjid al nabwi

4  Thank Khaliq L
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Donna D
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Response from kashif f | Reviewed this property |
Imam Malik and some Hanafi scholars, and, according to one report from Ahmad, most of the scholars hold it permissible for women to visit graves. Hadrat Abdallah ibn Abi Mulaikah (r.a.) is also reported to have said, "Once... More
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