This is the small mountain where the archers were based during the Battle of Uhud
The battle is named after “trench”, or khandaq, that was dug by Muslims in preparation for the battle. The word khandaq (خندق ) is the Arabised form of the Persian word kandak (meaning “that which has been dug”). Salman the Persian advised Muhammad to dig atrench around the city.
This is the place the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was praying at when the direction of prayer (Qibla) was changed from Al Quds (Jerusalem) to Makkah.
Masjid Quba was the first Masjid to be built in Islam. The virtue of Masjid Quba is mentioned in the following Quranic verse in Surah Taubah: “…certainly a masjid founded on piety from the very first day is moredeserving that you should stand in it…”[9:108].
This is the cemetery where Hamza (RA) and the martyrs of Uhud are buried.
is the main cemetery of Madina. Many members of the Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) close family, and companions are buried here.
This well was the only source of water in in a part of Madina, which belong a Jew who charged exorbitant amounts for water. Uthman (ra) offered to buy the well to assist the Muslims.
Landmark of where the first large scale battle in Islamic history took place.