Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, also known as the Prophet's Mosque, is located in the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is the second holiest site in Islam, after Al-Masjid al-Haram in Mecca. The mosque was originally built by Prophet Muhammad himself in 622 AD and has undergone numerous expansions and renovations over the centuries.
The Prophet's Mosque is known for its striking architecture, featuring a mix of Ottoman, Mamluk, and modern Islamic styles. The Green Dome, one of the mosque's most iconic features, covers the tombs of Prophet Muhammad, Caliph Abu Bakr, and Caliph Umar. The mosque also contains the beautiful Riyad al-Jannah (Garden of Paradise), an area between the house of the Prophet and his pulpit, which is considered part of heaven.
Each year, millions of pilgrims visit Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, especially during the Hajj and Umrah seasons.