Mosques In China


Guilin Xixiang Mosque
Address: Xixiang, Zhengyang Road, Guilin
Originally built in 1907, Xixiang Mosque is also called Northeast Mosque. Xixiang Mosque was once the personal property of businessman Ma Rongxi on Shuidongmen Street in Guilin, who donated it to build a mosque. Xixiang Mosque covers an area of about 333 square meters, all the former buildings of which were burned by Japanese army when Guilin was occupied. In 1947, Muslims in Guilin donated money and Xixiang Mosque was finally rebuilt on its original site. The new Xixiang Mosque contains two yards. Entering the main gate, on both sides are dormitories. Passing the atrium, a two-floor building can be seen. The prayer hall is set on the second floor and the lecture halls on the ground floor. On top facing the prayer hall is an octagonal acute arch. Glass windows are set on both side of the main hall, and the ground is brushed with vermeil paint, clean and spacious, making it an ideal place to pray. Over the building are the backyard and the water house. At present, there are about 1500 Muslims living in the community of Xixiang Mosque, of whom are Hui Ethnic group.
Guilin Luojin Mosque
Address: Luojin town,Yongfu County, Guilin
The Luojin Masque was first built in the year of 1850, in Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It stands in wind and rain vicissitudes and has gone through rise and fall. The mosque covers an area of 600 square meters. The prayer hall is constructed with green round arch and reinforced concrete structure. The overall design is symmetrical, towering and solemn.
Guilin Luojin Mosque
Guilin Liutang Mosque
Address: Lingui County, Guilin
Liutang Mosque was built in Qianlong, and destroyed in the war. It was rebuilt during Daoguang times in Qing Dynasty. It is a relatively intact large-scale mosque in Guangxi with an area of about 3.7 mu, total construction area 170O square meters, construction area of about 30O square meters hall. The ancient traditional architectural style. The mosque is precise layout, compact structure with plants, seasonal fragrance inside.
Guilin Maping Mosque
Address: No. 1, Qixing Road, Qixing District, Guilin
Maping Masque was built in Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), and because of the war it was rebuilt several times. Currently it covers an area of 984 square meters. The mosque is a quadrangle courtyard and the bunker building is in the center, and the prayer hall is behind the bunker building. It has classrooms also which are on the both side of the courtyard, as it was used as a school.
Guilin Maping Mosque
Guilin Ancient Mosque
Address: No. 30, Minzu Road, Xiangshan District, Guilin
No. 1, Chongshan Road, Guilin
Chongshan Road Mosque was originally constructed during the Yongzheng Emperor of Qing Dynasty in 1735.[1] The mosque underwent expansion in 1849 and renovated twice during the Daoguang Emperor and the Republic of China. The mosque spans over an area of 2,000 square meter. It was constructed with the mix of Chinese and Islamic architecture. The mosque consists of the main prayer hall, lecture hall, ablution room etc. There are 24 pillars surround the main prayer hall.
Guilin Ancient Mosque
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