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Loved the beauty and history

Visited here with the group to pray. Very busy. However, it’s absolutely lovely to look at and I... read more

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The place is simply divine

Very pleasant location with sparrows all around. Normally, there is always huge rush of pilgrims... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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King Faisal Road, Medina, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed today via mobile

Visited here with the group to pray. Very busy. However, it’s absolutely lovely to look at and I loved hearing the history of the mosque etc.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very pleasant location with sparrows all around. Normally, there is always huge rush of pilgrims. You can shop around as well.

Thank Atif M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was a brilliant place to visit, so much history. This masjid was the 2 qibla. When the prophet SAW was leading prayers, he was praying towards jureslem at the time and was order by allah to face towards Makkah, so he did and all...More

Thank Alam H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

10 to 15 mins from masjid al-nabavi, This mosque and significant importance in ISLAM as it was earlier direction was at Jerualem i.e AQSA Masjid and then my allah almighty it got changed it direction to Makkah (Mecca). Every muslim should visit and perform shukrana...More

Thank Suhail_Sidd
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This visit to Madina is spectacular as it has living history of the qibla (direction for prayer). At first the qibla faced Jerusalem, and subsequently during the time of our beloved Prophet Mohammed (Peace and Blessings Upon Him), Allah Almighty revealed to him to change...More

Thank Mustafa156
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This ishistoric mosque where muslins were offering prayer in the direction of Aqsa Mosque but than by the orders of Allah, the direction was changed towards Makkah. While the signs for the previous direction does not exist any more, a slab high on the wall...More

Thank Syed R
Reviewed June 28, 2018 via mobile

This is the mosque where our nabi paak Pbuh was ordered to change direction when reading prayer. So there was a time when we would pray and face masjid al AQSA in Jerusalem. Here is where it all changed and moved direction towards the holy...More

Thank mammaloveyou
Reviewed June 18, 2018

The mosque is well maintained, clean, impressive, hygienic clean toilets. spacious praying space and cooperative staff.

Thank shh786
Reviewed May 27, 2018 via mobile

Muslims used to pray towards Jerusalem, but at this mosque the order by God to prophet was to change towards Mecca. Thats why the name translates to (the mosque at which people prayed toward 2 points). The mosque is a small one. Nothing there just...More

Thank Hussain M
Reviewed May 8, 2018

This masjid located in Medina Khalid Ibn Walid road used to uniquely contain two Mehrab one in the Darussalam of Bait- al -Maqdis and other towards Makah.

Thank 223siraj
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Ah! Sorry the question is not in the language I can understand.