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Quba Mosque

Medina, Saudi Arabia
+966 14 831 2441
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One of the 4 holiest mosques: Historical and holy place for muslims

This another must see place for Muslims while in Medina. There are 4 holiest mosques in the world... read more

Reviewed yesterday
JoyShurjo
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Dhaka City, Bangladesh
One of the beautiful mosque

Ma Shaa Allah great azhan and great tilawa Must for all Muslims to pray two rakat before leaving... read more

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Medina, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed yesterday

This another must see place for Muslims while in Medina. There are 4 holiest mosques in the world: this comes after the Holy Masjidul Haram (near Kaaba), Holy Masjid e Nawawi, Masjidul Al Aqsa. It is believed that if any Muslim offer 2 raqah nafle...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ma Shaa Allah great azhan and great tilawa Must for all Muslims to pray two rakat before leaving masjid e nabawi Just perform wadu and have the intention of 2 raka in masjid e quba before visiting the masjid to get the reward of umrah

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went before sunrise on Saturday and stayed to offer prayers till after sunrise. It was absolutely beautiful and peaceful with so many pigeons! Plenty of children and poor families, so I took sweets and extra money to donate. This is noted as one of...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As per our ancestors, offering 2-rakat nafl in Masjid W Quba gives the Thawab of one umrah. The location is serene and very tranquil.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

complete all the mosque in medina, and quba mosque is a must visit mosque and pray. it is not a big mosque and always full with the pilgrims. need to take care of ur belongings.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Saudis have made a European type path from an-Nabawi masjiid to Quba...sort of. And in the Half-baked Saudi fashion. Starts off real while like a boulevard for people and the piaazza is at masjid an-nabawi. However as you travel toward Quba, it peters out to...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This could be the first mosque in the world. How cool is that? It is said that this was the first place Prophet Muhammad's camel laid knelt down to take a long draught of water after a long journey. The history of this place is...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is being said and confirm whoever perform 2 rakat namaz at this masjid will get blessings of one umrah !!!!!. 10 to 15 mins from AL Nabawi Masjid, every taxi driver can take you there for 5 to 10 riyal per seat. Make sure...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

must visit and pray at it ,if you visit madinah. It is the second important mosque in madinah after haram, Its very impresive in shape , desigen and structure,

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The most beautiful mosque after Masjid Nabvi in Madinah Munawwara you get a reward of performing Umrah if you pray two rakats Nifal in this mosque . The best time to visit this mosque is after Fajr prayers and in Ramadan you should visit between...More

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Perhaps is was Sheikh Abdulmajid Salamah Al Suraiha who is known for emotional azans. Otherwise could it be one of the following: Abdulrahman Abdul Elah Khashoggi, Kamil Saleh Al-Najdi, Essam Hussain Bukhari, Omar Yousif... More
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