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{{for|the Abbasid palace in Baghdad|Palace of the Golden Gate}} (File:The Green Dome, Masjid Nabawi, Madina.jpg|The Green Dome at the Prophet's Mosque (Medina)|thumb|right)The Green Dome () is a green-coloured dome built above the tomb of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and early Muslim Caliphs, Abu Bakr and Umar. The dome is located in the south-east corner of Al-Masjid al-Nabawi (Mosque of the Prophet) in Medina.BOOK, Routledge, 9780203203873, Petersen, Andrew, Dictionary of Islamic Architecture, 2002-03-11, 183, registration,weblink The structure dates back to 1279 CE, when an unpainted wooden cupola was built over the tomb. It was later rebuilt and painted using different colours twice in the late 15th century and once in 1817. The dome was first painted green in 1837, and hence became known as the Green Dome.BOOK, Penerbit UTM, 9789835203732, Ariffin, Syed Ahmad Iskandar Syed, Architectural Conservation in Islam : Case Study of the Prophet's Mosque, 2005, 88–89,109,

History

Built in 1279 CE or 678 AH during the reign of Mamluk Sultan Al Mansur Qalawun,WEB,weblink Prophet's Mosque, ArchNet, 2012-04-13, yes,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20120323131933weblink">weblink 2012-03-23, the original structure was made out of wood and was colourless,WEB, The history of Green Dome in Madinah and its ruling,weblink Peace Propagation Center, 4 June 2009, 2012-04-13, painted white and blue in later restorations. After a serious fire struck the Mosque in 1481, the mosque and dome had been burnt and a restoration project was initiated by Sultan Qaitbay who had most of the wooden base replaced by a brick structure in order to prevent the collapse of the dome in the future, and used plates of lead to cover the new wooden dome. The building, including the Tomb of the Prophet, was extensively renewed through Qaitbay's patronage.*BOOK, Michael, Meinecke, Michael Meinecke, Mamlukische Architektur, 2, 396–442, 1993, Meinecke, , II.. The current dome was added in 1818 by the Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II. The dome was first painted green in 1837.When Saud bin Abdul-Aziz took Medina in 1805, his followers, the Wahhabis, demolished nearly every tomb dome in Medina based on their belief that the veneration of tombs and places claimed to possess supernatural powers is an offense against tawhid.ENCYCLOPEDIA, 2nd, Brill Academic Publishers, 11, 40, 42, Peskes, Esther, Wahhābiyya, Encyclopaedia of Islam, 2000, 9004127569, Muhammad's tomb was stripped of its gold and jewel ornaments, but the dome was preserved either because of an unsuccessful attempt to demolish its hardened structure, or because some time ago Ibn Abd al-Wahhab wrote that he did not wish to see the dome destroyed despite his aversion to people praying at the tomb.BOOK, Mark Weston, Prophets and princes: Saudi Arabia from Muhammad to the present,weblink 2008, John Wiley and Sons, 978-0-470-18257-4, 102–103, Similar events took place in 1925 when the Saudi militias retook—and this time managed to keep—the city.BOOK, Mark Weston, Prophets and princes: Saudi Arabia from Muhammad to the present,weblink 2008, John Wiley and Sons, 978-0-470-18257-4, 136, BOOK, Vincent J. Cornell, Voices of Islam: Voices of the spirit,weblink 2007, Greenwood Publishing Group, 978-0-275-98734-3, 84, BOOK, Carl W. Ernst, Following Muhammad: Rethinking Islam in the Contemporary World,weblink 2004, Univ of North Carolina Press, 978-0-8078-5577-5, 173–174, In 2007, according to The Independent, a pamphlet endorsed by the grand mufti of Saudi Arabia and published by the Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs stated that "the green dome shall be demolished and the three graves flattened in the Prophet's Masjid". However, due to fear of extreme backlash and apprehended massive protests worldwide, it can not be implemented.NEWS,weblink Mecca for the rich: Islam's holiest site 'turning into Vegas', Jerome Taylor, The Independent, independent.co.uk, 24 September 2011, 2012-04-13,

Tomb of Muhammad

(File:Raouda.JPG|thumb|left|View from the side of the Hujra.)(File:Mrs Aisha room.jpg|thumb|left|The grave of Muhammad located inside the quarter seen here.)Muhammad's grave lies within the confines of what used to be his and his wife Aisha's house, the Hujra. During his lifetime it adjoined the mosque. The mosque was expanded during the reign of Caliph al-Walid I to include his tomb. Muhammad's grave is an important reason for the particular high sanctity of the mosque, as the Dome of the Prophet marks the location of the tomb.NEWS,weblink Important Sites: The Prophet’s Mosque, 2012-02-16, Inside Islam, 2018-08-13, en-US, Millions visit it every year, since it is a tradition to visit the mosque after the pilgrimage to Mecca.{{Citation needed|date=August 2018}}The first two Caliphs, Abu Bakr and Umar are buried next to Muhammad. Umar was given a spot next to Muhammad by Aisha, which had originally been intended for her.Muhammad's grave itself cannot be seen as the area is cordoned off by a gold mesh and black curtains{{clear}}(File:Madina Haram at evening.jpg|center|thumb|777px|Green Dome and Prophet's Mosque at sunset.)

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