After Doing Hajj, 171,000 Pilgrims Visit Madinah
A total of 171,000 Hajj pilgrims have arrived in Madinah,
according to the Saudi Press Agency, which reported this on Saturday.
At the Madinah immigration facility, more than 160,000 pilgrims came by bus,
while almost 8,000 made their way overland to the Land Pilgrim ReceptionCenter
and more than 3,000 rode the Haramain high-speed railway.
Thousands of pilgrims returned to their home countries,
according to the ministry’s figures,
while approximately 74,000 remained in Madinah.
After Doing Hajj 171 000 Pilgrims Visit Madinah
For the first time in history, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has allowed
up to a million pilgrims to do the Hajj. Madinah Hajj
Foreign pilgrims were allowed to join for the first time in two years.
The relaxation of COVID-19 limitations,
which had restricted the annual pilgrimage to Saudi Arabians solely,
made this possible. Madinah Hajj
Visitors to the Prophet’s Mosque continue to receive sun protection
from 63 male and female volunteers from the city of Madinah.
There was a large number of visitors to the nearby International Fair
& Museum of the Prophet’s Biography and Islamic Civilization while they were in the city With exhibits and interactive screens in a variety of languages,
the museum is open round-the-clock and serves as an introduction to the Prophet Muhammad.
Rare and old items from the Two Holy Mosques can be found in one of the halls.