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Very good place

It is the stone which came from jannah, it was white but after touching from a lot of poor people... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2016
muhammad s
via mobile
Spiritually fulfilling but not worth hurting others

Have visited twice now for Umrah and both times it was very busy because I travelled during school... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
Farooq A
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This holy stone is the eastern cornerstone of the Kaaba, the ancient stone building towards which all Muslims pray. Many Muslims believe that the stone (originally white but now black from absorbing the sins of man) fell from heaven during the time of Adam and Eve.
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Mecca, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

It is the stone which came from jannah, it was white but after touching from a lot of poor people it became dark black.

Thank muhammad s
Reviewed 15 August 2016

Have visited twice now for Umrah and both times it was very busy because I travelled during school holidays. There is always a large number of people trying to kiss the stone and I was never able to touch or kiss the stone myself. People...More

Thank Farooq A
Reviewed 13 August 2016

This holy stone is the eastern cornerstone of the Kaaba, the ancient stone building towards which all Muslims pray. Many Muslims believe that the stone (originally white but now black from absorbing the sins of man) fell from heaven during the time of Adam and...More

Thank TOUFIQUR
Reviewed 8 August 2016

don't worry if you do not touch it is just admire the beauty once in a life time though the atmosphere may be a bit crazy as they go mental to touch it and go near it but

1  Thank Mario C
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Well I feel myself too low to have reviewed such an important Islamic monument. It is a part of the Holy Kaaba and is believed to be a stone from the Paradise. Pilgrims from all the world come to Kaaba to perform Umrah and Hajj...More

Thank waqarsarwar
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

The black stone is located on one of the corners of the Kabah and kissing it is part of the ritual tawaf (if possible). Apart from very quiet times there are large crowds and a lot of pushing to try and kiss the black stone....More

1  Thank Alim U
Reviewed 16 July 2016

very busy ,hectic,dangerous area if you not carefull as the area is very crowded as everybody wants to get as close as possible to the Ajare Aswat

Thank Ahmed M
Reviewed 15 July 2016

The stone is probably the oldest stone in this world, and many people visiting Masjid Al Haram want to touch and kiss it. But I didn't have the chance to touch it, because it was very crowded point, many people were at that point. But...More

Thank ThyasP
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Queues are long and hard but well worth the wait in the blistering sun, amazing feeling afterwards though

Thank bokouk3
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

Very spiritual place. Feels so calm & safe there. Although it's physically exhausting, it's mentally so relaxing. The place is so difficult to reach.

Thank Mahmoud_Swailem
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afzal m
28 August 2016|
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Response from Mahmoud_Swailem | Reviewed this property |
Yes. OMRA visa
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Craig R
24 July 2016|
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Response from sarkam64 | Reviewed this property |
Non Muslims are not allowed in Mecca and Madina. All other places are allowed to visit.
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