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1. Masjid al-Nabawi
  Shrine of Holy Prophet of Islam , peace be upon him & his family (pbuh&hf)
Grave of Syeda Fatima az-Zahra(s.a.). Daughter of the Prophet(pbuh&hf) and wife of Imam Ali(a.s.). According to some historians she is buried in Jannatul Baqi.
Room (hujra) of Syeda Fatima az-Zahra(s.a.) - Salam ullah Alaiha.
Pulpit (minbar) of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)
Prayer niche (mihrab) of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)
The Rawda
The door (bab) of Archangel Jibrail(a.s.)
Maqam of Archangel Jibrail(a.s.)
Pillar of Abu Lubaba
2. Jannatul Baqi
  Graves of Imam Hasan(a.s.) (2nd Holy Imam), Imam Zain-ul-Abideen(a.s.) (4th Holy Imam), Imam Muhammad Baqir(a.s.) (5th Holy Imam), and Imam Jafar al-Sadiq(a.s.) (6th Holy Imam).
Grave of Syeda Fatima Zehra(s.a.). Daughter of the Prophet(pbuh&hf) and wife of Imam Ali(a.s.). Location of her grave is unknown. According to some historians she was buried in her own room (now inside Masjid Nabawi) next to the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)'s darih
Grave of Abbas b. Abdul Muttalib(a.r.): Uncle of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf) and Imam Ali(a.s.)
Grave of Fatima bint-e-Asad(a.s.): Mother of Imam Ali(a.s.)
Grave of Jafar al-Tayyar(a.s.) - brother of Imam Ali(a.s.).
Graves of Safiya and Aatika(a.r.): Aunts of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)
Grave of Ummul Baneen(a.s.): Wife of Imam Ali(a.s.) and mother of Hazrat Abbas(a.s.).
Grave of Ibrahim(a.s.): son of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)
Grave of Haleema Sadia (a.r.): Nursing mother of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)
Graves of the Holy Prophet's[a.s.] wives (ummahat al-mu'minin)
Graves of various companions (Ashaab) of the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf)
3. Masjid Quba
  First mosque of Islam. The Prophet(pbuh&hf) spent more than 20 nights here (after migrating) praying qasr while waiting for Imam Ali(a.s.). It is mentioned in the Qur'an as the mosque founded on piety and devoutness
4. Imam Ali(a.s.)'s house
  Behind Masjid Quba is Imam Ali(a.s.)'s house
5. Well of the Prophet(pbuh&hf)
  Infront of Masjid Quba, is a sweet-water well that is now closed. The Prophet[pbuh&hf)'s ring fell into this well hence the name Bi'ru al-Khatam (khatam = ring). It is also called Bi'ru Tufla because at first its water was salty but when the Holy Prophet[pbuh&hf] spat into it, it changed to sweet refreshing water
6. Mashrabat Umm Ibrahim
  Joined to Masjid Quba is "Mashrabat Ummu Ibrahim". This is the room of the Prophet[pbuh&hf]'s wife Mariah Qibtiya (Umm Ibrahim). The Prophet[pbuh&hf) used to live and pray here
7. Masjid Fadhikh
  It is situated in the eastern part of Masjid Quba. It is named after a palm tree that used to be at the place. It is also called Masjid Nakhl. Here is where the sun was brought back for Imam Ali's (a.s.) to pray Asr which he missed because the Prophet[pbuh&hf] was sleeping on his laps
8. Masjid Qiblatayn (i.e. the mosque of two qiblas)
  The mosque where the Holy Prophet[pbuh&hf) was commanded to change his qibla from Masjid al-Aqsa (Jerusalem) to the Holy Ka'aba (Makkah)
9. Sab'a Masajid (lit. 'The place of 7 mosques')
  There are now only five mosques - Masjid Ali , Masjid Fatima , Masjid Fath , Masjid Salman al-Farsi , & Masjid Umar.
Masjid Fath (lit. "mosque of victory") is at the top of a mountain. This is named after the Muslims victory in the Battle of Khandaq when Imam Ali(a.s.) killed Amr b. Abd Wudd and the Prophet(pbuh&hf) prayed here for the Muslims victory
10. Masjid Ummul Momineen Mariyah Qibtiya(a.s.)
  wife of the Holy Prophet[pbuh&hf) and mother of Ibrahim(a.s.). This could be one of the two demolished mosques at Sab'a Masajid (No. 9 above)
11. Masjid Raj'atu-Shams
  now destroyed
12. The houses of Imam Zain-ul-Abideen(a.s.) and Imam Jafer al-Sadiq(a.s.)
13. Masjid Mubahala
14. Masjid Ghamamah. Also called Masjid Eid
  The Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf) said his Eid prayers here
15. Well (bir) of Imam Ali(a.s.)
16. Masjid Shajarah
  Also known as Masjid Ali(a.s.). This place is a miqat for those going for umra from Madina to Makkah. The place is also known amongst the locals as Abar Ali.