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Madinah (or Medina) is the second holiest city of Islam, and forms part of the Hajj pilgrimage. It’s actually a surprisingly modern city, but it’s the towering turrets of its older architecture that really catch the eye.

Medina is the scene of the grand mosque, Masjid Al-Nabawi, which houses The Prophet Muhammad’s burial site and promises a frankly astonishing experience for any visitor – the scale of it is almost unimaginable. It’s worth bearing in mind though, that only Muslims are allowed into the sacred core.



Written by Adhi Rachdian

16 Juli 2015 pada 06:49

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