Historical Sites of Mecca
Al Taneem (Masjid-e-Ayesha)
It is located in “Al Hil about four miles away from the Holy Kabba between Mecca and Medina.
It is located about 25 kilometers away from Mecca. Pilgrims go to it on the 9th day of Zil-Hijjah until the sunset, and then they go to Muzdalifah.
It is a valley situated between two mountains east of Mecca, about five kilometers away from Al Haram Mosque.
It is a place between Mina and Arafat where people go, after standing in Arafat.
Masjid-e-Masha’r Al Haram
It is called Qazeh too , and it is the place where Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him), gave his sermon, which became an obligation to be followed .
Birthplace of Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him)
The house in where Allah’s apostle was born is located close to the Al Haram Mosque. It is at a walking distance of 5 to 6 minutes away from the main mosque .
Jannat Ul Mua’lla
It is the cemetery of the people of Mecca.It is located on the way to Mina. The grave of Um-Al-Momeneen Bibi Khadija (the first wife of Holy Prophet) and that of,Prophets’s son Qasim, Asma Bint AbuBaker, Abu-Talib, Abdullah Bin Zubair, and other members of the Holy Prophet’s family, may Allah be pleased with them all, are in this cemetery. Jannat Ul Mua’lla is situated near the Al Haram Mosque.
The mountain is one of the most significant historic sites in Mecca. It contains Thour cave where Allah's apostle and his companion, Al Sideeq, spent three days before fleeing persecution in Mecca for Medina. The mountain is at the southern end of Mecca and rises about 760 meters above sea level.
Al Nour Mountain
It is located at the eastern edge of Mecca, northeast of Thour Mountain. At Al Nour, or "The Light," lies the Hira'a cave, where Allah's apostle reflected and prayed before he became a messenger of Allah. The Hira'a cave is also the site where Muhammad received his first revelations from Allah through the angel Gabriel.
Al Jaáranah Mosque
It is located just north of the city is the site where Allah's apostle clothed himself in pilgrim's garb before traveling into Mecca to perform Hajj. Two drinking water wells, one called the Prophet's well, are at the site and are about 10 meters apart. Numerous date trees are at the site and the nearby mountain overlooking Al Jaáranah Mosque is the site where the Prophet's companion, Bilal bin Rabah, called for prayer.
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