The Garden of Abu Talha is a historical garden located within the Masjid E Nabwi (Prophet’s Mosque) complex in Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is one of the three famous gardens of the mosque, the other two being the Garden of Salman al-Farsi and the Garden of Fatima.
The Garden of Abu Talha is also known as the Garden of Dates because it is home to over 100 date palm trees, which provide shade and add to the beauty of the garden. According to Islamic tradition, the garden was owned by a companion of Prophet Muhammad named Abu Talha, who donated it to the Prophet as a charitable gift.
The garden is an important historical site for Muslims, as it is where the Prophet Muhammad built a mosque during his time in Medina. The mosque was later expanded by his companions and successors, and today it is one of the largest and most important mosques in the world, attracting millions of pilgrims each year.
Visitors to the Garden of Abu Talha can enjoy the peaceful surroundings and learn about its historical significance. The garden is maintained by the Saudi government, which has taken great care to preserve its beauty and historical importance.