After Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem, Hebron is the fourth holiest city for Muslims. The Haram Al-Ibrahimi - Mosque of Abraham, which houses the tombs of the Patriarchs, dominates the city center’s landscape. Inside the mosque, stunning stained-glass windows soften and transform sunlight falling upon the marble floors and stonewall. The huge symmetric stones in the walls of this mosque are in the style of Herod the Great.
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