As part of a three-year package of projects that will last through 2025, work has begun on a significant renovation push that will see more than 100 sites in Madinah repaired and renovated with connections to the life of the Prophet Muhammad and other significant events in Islamic history.
The projects include restorations of the site of the Battle of the Trench, Al-Faqir Well, and Al-Qiblatayn Mosque, according to the Governor of Madinah, Prince Faisal bin Salman. He was speaking at a ceremony organized by Al Madinah Region Development Authority, the Saudi Heritage Authority, and the Pilgrims Experience Programme.
The projects include restorations of the site of the Battle of the Trench, Al-Faqir Well, and Al-Qiblatayn Mosque
The heritage officials also stated that eight Islamic historical sites in Madinah had already been returned to their previous splendor. These include Al Ghamama, Abu Bakr Al Siddiq, Umar ibn Al Khattab, Al Saqiya, Banu Anif, and Al Rayah mosques as well as Ghars Well and the fort at Arwa bin Al-Zubair Castle.