Malik Fahad Expansion of Masjid Nabawi

Fahad bin Abdulaziz Expansion (توسعة الملك فهد بن عبدالعزيز)

circa 1988 CE
(1410 Hj.)

Malik Fahad expansion (identify) started in 1988 (1408/09 Hj.) King Fahd laid the foundation stone for the third Saudi expansion of the Mosque in the Holy City of Makkah, and so began the latest, and most spectacular, phase in its recent development. In his role as Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Fahd’s attention to the needs of the Holy Places has been unfaltering, and most obviously manifested in a multi-billion dollar program of modernization to make the places of pilgrimage more accessible to ever greater numbers.

circa 1988 CE
(1410 Hj.)

King Fahad Gate

Malik Fahad Gate is the main penta-arched entrance with, gate no. 20 is the right tall single arched gate and gate no. 21 is the left tall single arched gate. King Fahad Gate is comprised of three sections (five smaller gates), one single arched gate (gate no. 22) on the eastern flank of the main penta-arched gate (gate no. 21) and one single arched gate (gate no. 21) on the western flank. Bab Malik al-Fahad is one of the seven largest gates of Masjid al-Nabawi.

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