AL MASJID AN NABAWI
Al-Masjid an-Nabawi known in English as the Prophet's Mosque, is a mosque built by the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the city of Medina in the Al Madinah Province of Saudi Arabia. It was the second mosque built by Muhammad in Medina, after Quba Mosque, and is the second largest mosque and second holiest site in Islam, both titles ranking after the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca.
The Quba Mosquev is a mosque located on the outskirts of Medina, Saudi Arabia. Depending on whether the Mosque of the Companions in the Eritrean city of Massawa is older or not, it may be the first mosque in the world that dates to the lifetime of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the 7th century CE. According to records, its first stones were positioned by Muhammad as soon as he arrived on his emigration from the city of Mecca to Medina, and the mosque was completed by his companions.
Mount Uhud is a mountain north of Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is 1,077 m (3,533 ft) high and 7.5 km long. It was the site of the second battle between Muslim and unbelievers. The Battle of Uhud was fought on 19 March, 625 CE, between a force from the small Muslim community of Medina, in what is now north-western Arabia, and a force from Mecca.
MASJID AL QIBLATAYN
Mosque of the Two Qiblas', also spelt Masjid al-Qiblatain, is a mosque in Medina believed by Muslims to be the place where the final Islamic prophet, Muhammad, received the command to change the Qibla (direction of prayer) from Jerusalem to Mecca.
THE SEVEN MOSQUES
The mosque is one of the few mosques in the world to have contained two mihrabs (niches indicating the qibla) in different directions.
Al-Madinah Museum is a museum in Al-Madinah, Saudi Arabia, that exhibits Al-Madina heritage and history featuring different archaeological collections, visual galleries and rare images that related to Al-Medina. The museum exhibits around 2,000 rare artifacts that capture the heritage and culture of Al-Madina and document the landscape, the people and how it has been shaped over the years. One of the most interesting parts of the tour is the evolution of Masjid Nabawi from a house, courtyard, and home to the massive complex that it is now.