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Located behind the busy Muslim Quarter Street is the Ancient Grand Mosque of Xian. With its 4 layered courtyards and various towers in between, it showcases the great synergy between Islamic and Chinese culture. A lot of shops located around this mosque. Be prepared to...More
Dropped by this Mosque during our muslim street visit. Was not allowed to enter the prayer hall.only until the courtyard but it was ok.
Different design from the usual.mosque, it was very tranquil.especially late in the afternoon. Great place to walk around and take photos....More
Rainy afternoon in Xi'an. We walked along Muslim Street and its labyrinthine by-lanes. One can call the main street, a Foodie's delight -- more so for the carnivorous homo sapiens. Vegetarians can look the other way. Rows and rows of shops and stalls selling food...More
Upon arrival the weather was very drizzlely and cold. However, the scenery was lovely and tranquil, not many tourists were there to walk inside the Mosque. Very peaceful place and beautiful cows to be seen.
Hidden inside old city centre is this small mosque. Its the architecture thats impressive... that is it doesnt look like what we expect of mosques. Its quite small... shouldnt take more than 30 mins onsite. It sets into context the seamless transition from the buddhist/...More