abu Bakr al-Siddique Mosque (Medina)

It is located at the south-western flank of the Prophet’s Mosque, near Masjid al-Ghamama. According to a tradition Muhammad prayed Al Eid prayer at this site, and abu Bakr after Him during His Caliphate, so it was attributed to Him. It was built-up for the first time in the Princedom of Omar Bin Abdul Aziz in Medinah (86-91 AH/705-709 CE), and it was renovated by the Ottoman Sultan Mahmoud II in 1254 AH/1838 CE

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circa 705-709 CE

It is square shaped and the length of its side is nine meters. It was built by black basalt stones, and was painted white from inside with a dome above it whose height is 12m. It has a rectangular courtyard whose length is 13m and width is 6m , and a minaret which is 15m. high.

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