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English: Masjid al-Qiblatain (Mosque of the two Qiblas) is a mosque in Medina
العربية: مسجد القبلتين أحد مساجد المدينة المنورة التاريخية
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24° 29′ 2.71″ N, 39° 34′ 44.07″ E

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