Designer, interior map of Mecca in black and white style
The harsh laws of Saudi Arabia prohibit non-Muslims from staying in Mecca. However, history knows exceptions. For example, in the 19th century, non-Muslim Sir Richard Burton performed the Hajj to Mecca under a different name. In the Middle Ages, lawbreakers were subjected to the death penalty; now they get off with an impressive fine. The King of Saudi Arabia is the head of Mecca. Every day, 5 times a day, all Muslims of the world should pray, turning their eyes towards holy Mecca. To help Muslims, special mobile phones have been invented, pointing the right direction to Mecca.