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20 May 2024

Download Now: An Interactive Map of Madinah

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Download Now: An Interactive Map of Madinah


Visiting the blessed city of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) is something Muslims all around the world aspire towards.

Madinah (also known as al-Madinah al-Munawwarah – The Illuminated City) is home to the Prophet’s Mosque (al-Masjid an-Nabawi), his (saw) grave, the graves of many of his Companions (ra), and many other notable religious and historical sites.

The Prophet’s Mosque is the second most sacred site in Islam; the others being al-Masjid al-Haram (The Sacred Masjid) in Makkah and al-Masjid al-Aqsa in Jerusalem.

The reward for prayers performed in these three mosques are multiplied many times more than anywhere else.

Muslim from far and wide visit Madinah throughout the year, especially before and after they perform the religious pilgrimages of Hajj and ‘Umrah. There are so many places you can see within the blessed city.

We’ve developed a map of Madinah, so you make the most of your visit to Madinah. The locations of landmarks, a map of al-Masjid an-Nabawi itself, and so many fascinating facts have been beautifully laid out in this exclusive resource, all at your fingertips.

Download An Interactive Map of Madinah now to learn everything you need to know before visiting the holy city.

Here is a snapshot of what to expect inside!

1. A Map of the al-Masjid an-Nabawi?

Follow this map to explore the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah. Everything is clearly labelled and includes fascinating facts about each site.

2. Which Mosques can you visit in Madinah?

There’s no need to spend hours researching which mosques to see during your visit to Madinah. Our interactive map gives you the background information you need to know and even shows you where they are.

  1. Al-Masjid an-Nabawi
  2. Masjid Quba’
  3. Masjid al-Jumu‘ah
  4. Masjid al-Qiblatain
  5. Masjid al-Ijabah
  6. Masjid al-Ghamamah
  7. Masjid al-Fath
  8. Masjid Abu Darr al-Ghifar (ra)

3. Which historic places can you visit near Madinah?

There are also many historic places outside (but near) Madinah. The location of the Battle of Uhud is a great place to reflect on the life and struggles of the Prophet (saw) and his Sahabah (ra).

  1. Jabal Uhud
  2. Jabal ar-Rumah
  3. Jabal ‘Ayr
  4. Jannat al-Baqi‘
  5. Bi’r Ghars

Download the Map Here

Learn how to perform Hajj and ‘Umrah

As an extra bonus gift for you, we have also made an Interactive Guide to Hajj and ‘Umrah as well as an Interactive Map of Hajj and ‘Umrah to direct you along this special journey. Download them now to have all the tools you need at your disposal to complete a successful hajj journey this year.

We pray we all get the chance to perform Hajj and ‘Umrah, and visit the blessed city of Madinah in person, amin!

When is Hajj 2024?

This year, Dhul-Hijjah is expected to begin on 7th June 2024.

This means that Hajj will begin on 14th June 2024 (8th Dhul-Hijjah), the Day of ‘Arafah will fall on 16th June 2024 (9th Dhul-Hijjah), and Eid al-Adha will be celebrated on 17th June 2024 (10th Dhul-Hijjah). All dates are subject to moonsighting.

‘Umrah can be performed at any time during the year.

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