Prophetic Mosque in Medina, Ottoman Era

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Syed Muhammad Khan
by Unknown
published on 17 November 2019
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A 19th Century CE drawing of the Mosque of the Prophet (Arabic: Al-Masjid an-Nabawī) in Medina, Saudi Arabia. The Mosque of the Prophet was originally founded in 622 CE by Prophet Muhammad, and underwent numerous expansions and renovations over the centuries.

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Unknown, . (2019, November 17). Prophetic Mosque in Medina, Ottoman Era. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/11468/prophetic-mosque-in-medina-ottoman-era/

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