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70ava wrote a review Dec 2019
Beijing, China583 contributions259 helpful votes
Amazing history of Islam in China, a good presentation and beautiful Arabic caligraphy done in Chinese style. It is an eye opening place and shows the tolerance of the Chinese to other religions and people.
Date of experience: December 2019
Dennis M wrote a review Sep 2019
Salado, Texas279 contributions84 helpful votes
Completed in 1009, the Mosque was in use for most of the last 1000 years. It was built for the Muslim sea traders who visited coastal China. Although mostly intact, there is little left of the Mosque outside of the walls, which are in remarkably good condition. Well worth your time to visit if you are in the area.…
Date of experience: September 2019
Mike W wrote a review Jul 2019
Ganzhou, China40 contributions6 helpful votes
Very well preserved remains. Quiet, peaceful - but one hour is enough time, so good idea to combine with something else local.
Date of experience: July 2019
RobertB721 wrote a review Jun 2019
Chester, United Kingdom79 contributions39 helpful votes
It’s old and historic but not very impressive and not much there other than the basic walls You get entrance tickets round the back over s little bridge Important historically but the Chinese temple next door is more impressive and has more going on!
Date of experience: June 2019
JonasCN wrote a review Jun 2019
Singapore, Singapore3,962 contributions193 helpful votes
Quanzhou is a maritime area for many centuries. This is a well-preserved mosque and the only one left from the Song Dynasty according to write-ups. It is located next to the Guangdi temple, a popular local street area. There are many English descriptors around the hotel detailing its history. The buildings are deserted on non-prayer hours, more tourists than locals. A great place to visit to understand the cosmopolitan nature of Quanzhou.…
Date of experience: December 2018
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