The most important landmarks of Mecca

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Sacred Mosque

The Al-Haram Mosque, whose establishment dates back to the era of the Prophet Ibrahim – peace be upon him – is considered one of the most beautiful mosques in the world in Mecca, and it is also the largest mosque in the world, with an area of ​​about 400,800 square meters, with an area of ​​about 400,800 square meters, With a capacity of nearly four million worshipers, it is also one of the holiest places in Islam. It should be noted that the Holy Mosque is distinguished from other mosques in the world, because it allows women and men to pray inside it together, unlike other mosques in the world, in addition to that it is distinguished by the presence of the Holy Kaaba, which is surrounded by the mosque in all directions.

clock tower

The Clock Tower Hotel, which has become the second tallest building in the world in the year two thousand and eleven, is near the Grand Mosque, and it is considered one of the most prominent, and most important landmarks in the city of Mecca, where the tower includes the tallest hotel in the world, in addition to Until it is topped by the largest watch in the world, the Clock Tower Hotel includes a group of hotel suites, as well as a large shopping center.

Mecca Museum

The Makkah Museum, which is considered one of the most important museums in the city, is located in the Al-Zahir Palace Building, with an area of ​​3,435 square meters, and it contains within it a group of important archaeological pieces and ancient inscriptions that have been found in the country. Many specialized offers in Islamic Arabic script.

Thor Cave

Cave of Thor (English: Cave of Thor) is located on a small mountain in Makkah al-Mukarramah, and it is three kilometers south of the Sacred Mosque. As for its height, it is about seven hundred and sixty-one meters. – may God’s prayers and peace be upon him-, and his friend Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq – may God be pleased with him – during their migration to Medina.

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