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The first two , and , did not use the third step as a sign of respect to Muhammad, but the third caliph placed a fabric dome over it and the rest of the stairs were covered with Refusing to accept the land as a gift from the two orphans, Sahl and Suhayl, who owned the land, he bought the land which was paid for by and it took seven months to complete the construction of the mosque
Minarets [ ] The first minarets four in number of 26 feet 7 He added a new altar called Ahnaf next to Muhammad's altar, Shafi'iyya, and placed a new steel-covered dome on the tomb of Muhammad

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Frei Otto, Bodo Rasch: Finding Form: Towards an Architecture of the Minimal, 1996,• 2 ft on each side and three rows of columns were built beside the west wall, which became the place of praying.

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The area of the mosque was also expanded during the reign of in 1985
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The chamber adjacent to the Rawdah holds the tombs of Muhammad and two of his , and , and
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One of the most notable features of the site is the in the south-east corner of the mosque, originally 's house, where the tomb of Muhammad is located
'Those of the Perseverance and Strong Will'• 9 m high were constructed by He also planned to remove six steps to the , but abandoned this idea, fearing damage to the wooden platforms on which they were built
was used in reconstructing the ceiling filza Eunuchs and Sacred Boundaries in Islamic Society

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On the northern side of the mosque, a was built for teaching the Qur'an.

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