On April 14th, 1870 Medina square was set ablaze by an accidental fire. Three quarters of the buildings were reduced to ruble. Determined residents and businessmen came together to rebuild. Medina rose like a phoenix from the ashes. That incident largely shaped the beautiful Medina square that we know today. Over time the buildings had a variety of occupants and proprietors. This project is an attempt to add the who, what, where and when to the story of the Medina's most historic district.