20 Unseen Pictures of Makkah

Makkah is the holiest and oldest place for all Muslims around the World.  It is the place where Islam emerged Under Prophet Muhammad (SAW). MAkkah is situated in Saudi Arabia. Millions of Muslims around the world go for Hajj during the Month of Dhulhajja. The distance between Makkah in Jeddah is 70/km. Total Population of this Holy City is above 2 Millions, although the number gets higher and higher during Hajj (pilgrimage) period, which held in 12th Muslim Lunar Month of DhulHajjah.  It is the birth Place of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and the revelation of the Quran.

So here is the list of Pictures I have collected for all of you.

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40+ Very Old and Rare Pictures of Makkah Mukarama

1. Abraj-Al-Bait-Towers, Kabbah and the Amazing Clock Tower
Makkah Clock Tower


2. The Entrance Gate of Makkah
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The Entrance Gate of Makkah


3. Makkah at Night Masha Allah
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Makkah At Night


4. The Clock Tower 
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The Clock Tower
5. Jabal Al-Nour
Jabal al-nour


6. Kabbah Door 
Kabbah Door


7. Another Amazing Night View 
Night View of Makkah


8. Subhan Allah
Subhan Allah


9. Millions Sajood Masha Allah
Kabbah Wallpapers


10. Sahahr-e-Makkah (Morning in Makkah)
Morning of Makkah


11. Another Incredible Scene of Makkah 
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Beautiful Makkah


12. The Asar Prayer 
Makkah Wallapapers


13. Ghilaf e Kaaba
Kaaba Ghilaf


14. Jabal Al-Nour
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Jabal al-nour


15. Makkah Blue 
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Makkah Wallpapers


16. Workers embroider the Kiswa
Workers embroider the Kiswa, a silk cloth covering the Holy Kaaba, in the holy city of Mecca, ahead of the annual haj pilgrimage


17. Workers embroider the Kiswa cont..
A worker embroiders the Kiswa, a silk cloth covering the Holy Kaaba, in the holy city of Mecca, ahead of the annual haj pilgrimage


18. The Clock Tower Under the Blue Sky
The Clock Tower Makkah


19. Pilgrimage around Kaaba
Kaaba wallpaper


20. Hajj Times in Makkah
During Hajj Time

 If you enjoyed seeing them, just say Masha Allah and Subhan Allah and click share it with your Brothers and Sisters 🙂

Shahid Umar

Shahid Umar self-produce and host blogs about the film and music industry. Researches trends and news, all while keeping up to date in the arts/entertainment industry. Writes feature, listing and review blogs via through critical analysis. He is also a passionate photographer who love to write about the new trends and changes happening in lens industry.

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