A city, 200 miles north of Mecca along the Hejaz, from which the Hejira was launched; contains Muhammad's tomb
Various other cities of that name; see Wikipedia article on Medina
The traditional, old or non-European area of a North African town - "Although Hicham usually worked in the new town, he still lived in the medina."
Medina ( or المدينة ; also transliterated into English as Madinah; officially al Madīnat al Munawwarah) is a city in the Hejaz region of western Saudi Arabia, and serves as the capital of the Al Madinah Province. It is the second holiest city in Islam, and the burial place of Muhammad Coğrafya
A city, 200 miles north of Mecca along the Hejaz, from which the Hejira was launched; contains Muhammads tomb
city in Saudi Arabia, city where Muhammad was first accepted as the supreme prophet of Allah; city in northern Ohio (USA); city in western New York (USA) isim
a city in Saudi Arabia where Muhammad is buried. It is the most holy place in Islam except for Mecca, and people who are not Muslims are not allowed to go there. Arabic Al-Madnah ancient Yathrib. City (pop., 1992: 608,295), western Saudi Arabia, north of Mecca. It developed from an oasis settled by Jews AD 135. In 622 the Prophet Muhammad fled from Mecca to Medina (see Hijrah). It served as capital of the Islamic state until 661. Held by the Ottoman Empire (1517-1804), it then was seized by the Wahhbiyyah. An Ottoman-Egyptian force retook it in 1812. Ottoman rule ceased during World War I (1914-18), and in 1925 it fell to the forces Ibn Sad. A sacred city of Islam, it is second only to Mecca as a place of Muslim pilgrimage; among its many mosques is the Prophet's Mosque, containing the tomb of Muhammad
the ancient quarter of many cities in northern Africa a city in western Saudi Arabia; site of the tomb of Muhammad; the second most holy city of Islam