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Jannatul Baqi & Masjid al NabawiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Graves of Jannatul BaqiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Jannatul Baqi & Masjid al NabawiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Jannatul Baqi & Masjid al NabawiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Graves of Jannatul BaqiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Jannatul Baqi & Masjid al NabawiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Jannatul Baqi & Masjid al NabawiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Graves of Jannatul BaqiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
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Graves of Jannatul BaqiThis is the cemetery where people of Madinah put their deads to rest, since the days of the Prophet (pbuh). Many members of the family of the Prophet (pbuh) are burried here. Along with approx 10 000 companions (sahabi) and 1000's of followers (tabi'in), scholars and others. Jannat ul Baqi means "Tree garden of Heaven".

Prior to the twentieth century, many of the graves were covered with domes or other structures, but those have been removed over time. Now the graves are only marked with a rock.
     
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