Chengdu Gulou South Street Mosque
Add: 155 South Street of Gulou, Chengdu, Sichuan
The Gulou Mosque is one of the ancient mosques in Chengdu, the contraction started from Ming dynasty (1375), and was destroyed in later Ming, then rebuilt twice on Qing dynasty, (1742 and 1794), the prayer hall was the only ancient building survived, and also the most classic building, meanwhile, it is the most completed prayer hall among dozens of mosques in Chengdu. In April, 1981, the prayer hall of Gulou Mosque was recognized as the Municipality Protected Historic Site. In March, 1991, Sichuan Government recognized the building as Provincial Cultural Heritage Site.