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Welcome to This site is dedicated to bringing together information on places of historical Islamic significance in order to rediscover our heritage and help inform the Ummah. Please click on the images on the left to enter the relevant section.


Please note that some of the places featured on this site cannot be verified for certain. The knowledge of these places has been passed down through the ages and in some cases more than one location make claim to hosting the same historical place. In such instances has shown the most commonly believed site. And Allah (Glorified and Exalted is He) knows best.

Please also note that the sites shown are only for information purposes in order to raise more awareness of our history and heritage. Under no circumstances should anyone pray to any tomb or shrine as this constitutes an act of shirk.

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  • Sultan Hassan Mosque - Egypt

    Pinned: 30 Jul 2013
  • Sulimania Mosque - Istanbul - Turkey

    Pinned: 30 Jul 2013
  • Istiqlal Masjid , largest mosque in Indonesia and South East Asia

    Pinned: 15 Jul 2013
  • مقبرة بقيع الغرقد - المدينة المنورة

    Pinned: 27 Jun 2013
  • Umayyad Mosque The Umayyad Mosque (or Masjid), also known as the Grand Mosque of Damascus is one of the largest and oldest mosques in the world. It is the first monumental work of architecture in Islamic history.

    Pinned: 19 Jun 2013
  • Minaret of Prophet Isa (upon him be peace) This minaret, which is on the left side of the Umayyad Mosque is also known as the Jesus minaret. It is from here that Hazrat Isa (upon him be peace) will descend back to earth towards the end of time.

    Pinned: 19 Jun 2013
  • Shrine of Yahya (upon him be peace) Legend has it that this small structure within the Umayyad Mosque houses the head of Yahya (upon him be peace) (John the Baptist). The head was supposedly found during excavations for the building of the mosque.

    Pinned: 19 Jun 2013
  • Tomb of Salahuddin Ayyubi The green tomb on the right houses the grave of Salahuddin Ayyubi, the great general who repelled the Crusaders at the Horns of Hattin in northern Palestine and recaptured Jerusalem for the Muslims on 2nd October 1187 CE. On the left is an empty marble sarcophagus donated by Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany to the mausoleum.

    Pinned: 19 Jun 2013
  • Bab al-Saghir cemetery The Bab al-Saghir cemetery is situated close to the Umayyad Mosque and contains the graves of several eminent Sahabah (companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be on him)) and pious predecessors.

    Pinned: 19 Jun 2013
  • Tomb of Bilal (may Allah be pleased with him) This is the tomb of Bilal-bin-Rabah (may Allah be pleased with him), one of the best known of the galaxy of Sahabah as the Muezzin (caller to prayer) of the Prophet’s Masjid. It is located in the Bab al-Saghir cemetery in Damascus.

    Pinned: 19 Jun 2013