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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!
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...More
I only saw it from the outside. I got there after 5.30pm, so the gate was locked. I could not stay until maghrib, so I am not sure if it opens again for evening prayers. From the outside, there is some impressive 1000 year old...More
If you are into history and architecture, you will love this place. This is one of the oldest mosques in China. Do dress up modestly when visiting any religious places. Worth taking an hour to stroll slowly in this beautiful mosque.
Arab sailors settle to this part of south east China long time ago far way from Muslim northwest China. The original portion of the mosque is left with the columns which is still seen today. The newer mosque is built by Jordan and is used...More