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Mount Thawr

Mount Thawr holds an important historical event. This is where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his companion Abu Bakr (RA) took refuge during their Hijrah from Makkah to Medina. It is said that on the word of Allah, a spider wove a gigantic web at the entrance of the cave - where Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his companion, Abu Bakr (RA) hid - so that enemies couldn’t find them. 

You can visit the cave at the top of this mountain and find yourself immersed in the islamic history and its events.

There are many reasons why you should visit Mount Thawr during your stay in Makkah. You’ll adore the beautiful architecture this mountain has to offer. Once you’ve reached the peak, you’ll be able to glance at the serene views this mountain has to offer.  

There are many things to do at the mountain, such as hiking, picnicking, and exploring the cave. Be sure to dress appropriately for the heat and wear comfortable shoes, as the terrain can be challenging in places. 

Mount Thawr is an essential stop on any journey to Makkah and is sure to provide you with memories that will last a lifetime. 

So, if you are looking for a place to visit during your stay in Makkah, make sure to add Mount Thawr to your list! You will not be disappointed.

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