Prayer Niche of David

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The Prayer Niche of David, (Arabic: Mihrab Dawud, محراب داود), is an open air Mihrab in the Southern Wall of the Haram as-Sharif, near the south-eastern corner of the Temple Mount esplanade. And according to tradition it marks the spot where prophet David used to worship (offer salah).

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circa 690 CE

It is located in the southern wall of Haram al-Sharif near the south-easter corner.

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