Mosques In China


Harbin Xiangfang Mosque
Address: 4, Songshan Rd, Xiangfang Dist, Harbin
Located in Xiangfang District of Harbin City, the Xiangfang Mosque was constructed in 1905. It was once mindlessly defiled by the Red Guards during the period of Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) and was restored to use in 1990.
The mosque covers an area of approximately 1,600 square meter, and with a building area of 225.33 square meter. The major buildings of the mosque include the main hall, bath house and imam room. The prayer hall occupies an area of 87 square meter. It is the largest mosque worship hall in Heilongjiang Province featured with Arab architectural style.
Tartar Mosque
Address: No. 108, Tongjiang Street, Daoli District, Harbin, Heilongjiang
Tartar Mosque, also named Turkish Mosque, the mosque is a unique combination of traditional Arabic architecture and Byzantine art, which made the mosque the only one in Northern China in the style.

It was originally built in 1901 by local Tartars ethnic group. The construction area covers 300 square meters, and 30 meters in height.
Hulan Mosque
Address: Lanhe Main Street, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province
Hulan Mosque is located on the bank of Hulan River in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province. It covers an area of 5,000 square meters, and surrounded by blue brick wall. It was originally built in the year of 1810, Qing dynasty. The original structure of the mosque only contains three humble straw houses. Local Hui people later raised fund for the mosque and significant extension was undertaken in the year 1875.
Harbin Yilan Mosque
Address: Yilan District, Harbin
Yilan Mosque covers a total area of 3,560 square meters and has funded by the government for renovations. The mosque currently has an estimated 2,850 worshippers.
Harbin Daowai Mosque
Address: No. 44, Shisandao Street, Daowai District, Harbin
The Daowai Mosque or Harbin Mosque is a mosque in Daowai District, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. It is the largest mosque in Heilongjiang. The mosque was originally built during the Guangxu Emperor of Qing Dynasty in 1897. Building extension was constructed in 2003. The mosque consists of prayer hall, office and other facilities. Covering an area of 426 m2, the prayer hall is located at the center of the building area which is opposite to the main gate. It can accommodate up to 600 people to perform prayers.
Harbin Daowai Mosque
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