Jannat Al-Maulla (also known as Al-Hajun) is an historical Islamic cemetery, located in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, this cemetery holds the graves of some prominent relatives of the Prophet [pbuh].
The Prophet [pbuh] used to visit it frequently. It is the 2nd holiest graveyard after Al-Baqi.

Jannat al-Mualla:
Those buried here include:
Abd Manaf:  Great, great-grandfather of the Holy Prophet [pbuh]
Hashim:  Great-grandfather of the Holy Prophet [pbuh]
Abdul Muttalib:  Grandfather of the Holy Prophet [pbuh]
Amina:  Mother of the Holy Prophet [pbuh]
According to another source, Amina is buried in Abwa (between
Makkah and Madina)
Abu Talib (as) (Imran):  Father of First Imam Ali [as]
Khadija:  First wife of the Holy Prophet [pbuh] and mother of
Sayyida Fatima Zahra [sa]
Qasim:  Son of the Holy Prophet [pbuh] who died in his infancy

Amongst the famous scholars buried in the graveyard of Hajun are:
Agha Mirza Muhammad al-Istrabadi
Author of Rijal al-Kabir wa Ayat al-Ahkam
Sayyid Mir Muhammad Mu'min al-Istrabadi
Author of Al-Ruj'a. He lived near Makkah
Sayyid al-Shahid Mir Zeinul Abideen al-Husseini al-Kashani
He was martyred in Makkah and buried in a grave he had
chosen himself in the graveyard of Mu'alla. He was amongst
those who laid the foundation of the House after it was demolished.
Sheikh Muhammad son of the author of Al-Maalim
His grave lies near the grave of Khadija [sa]
Ibn Sheikh Muhammad
Buried beside his father. Used to take a lot of care in matters
concerning Ihtiyat (caution) and fear of Allah.