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Jannat ul-Mu'alla Before Demolitions (جنة المعلا قبل الهدم)

Tombs in this cemetery were demolished in 1926, the same year that the mausoleums in Jannat ul-Baqi were demolished by Saudi King, Ibn Saud. This happened despite protests by the international Islamic community.

circa 1800 CE

The Mausoleum of ahl-i Bayt

The Jannat ul-Mu'alla before 1926 demolitions. The largest dome to the left belongs to the tomb of Khadijah. The relatively smaller dome belongs the tomb of Aminah bint Wahab, and the twin domes in the background belong to the tombs of abu Talib, abd Manaf, Hashim ibn Abd Manaf, Abdul Mutallib, Abu Talib and Qasim ibn Muhammad.

circa 1800 CE

The Mausoleum of Khadija bint Khuwaylid

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