Photographer's Note

One of the most memorable places of Medina, Jannat al-Baqi, where it was first called Baqi Alghrqd. "Ghrqd 'is a tree, in the past, at the cemetery, or next to it, gradually expanding the cemetery, it was mulberry trees, which according to some - is gone.
Baqi Before Islam, the people of Yathrib was the cemetery, and after Islam, known as the graveyard of Medina. The cemetery, with its relatively large size, over several centuries of burial companions, followers and most importantly, the four Imams (as) and hence the place of pilgrimage, the pilgrims to Medina. Baqi Al-Masjid al-Nabawi in the eastern region, and is located approximately two hundred yards. The cemetery has a hundred years ago was located outside the fence, but now almost in the city of Medina, located and is surrounded by four streets

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Viewed: 1975
Points: 22
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Additional Photos by Seyed Mohammad Hosseini (mohammad_H) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 829 W: 129 N: 1865] (10178)
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