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If you google map it shows a wrong location at a cross junction. If you are facing west of the cross junction, turn left and left again to Huajue Alley. It is along the alley with a big poster saying The Great Mosque of Xi'an....More
Our tour guide was rather dismissive of the Muslim population and said the main reason she takes groups there was it has the cleaned bathroom in the area, but I found the mosque's architecture incredibly interesting. I wish they'd had more signs in English so...More
Built many centuries ago but renovated in its present shape during the Ming Dynasty, this mosque is a piece of history which still is operational. It is located in Muslim Quarters and takes abm bit of effort to locate. It has a number of courtyards...More
Hidden in the moslem quarter..this mosque is different than the other mosque ive seen..doesnt have the typical mosque dome and showed how islam adapted to the chinese communities...few arabic writings on the walls
Its a nice historic mosque tucked away in the Muslim quarter of the city. Some cool buildings and history. Most of the people I saw were other tourists walking around. They do not have much in terms of information.
In this relatively small but historic mosque the gardens seem as essential to its character as the buildings. Some of the trees are considered ancient although it wasn’t clear how old that is. The buildings are architecturally Chinese but there are several areas with more...More