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Visiting this mosque should not be only for Muslims. Firstly the mosque is located in one of the most picturesque gardens in GZ which makes the visit serene and peaceful in a bustling and otherwise chaotic city. There is loads of history and culture in...More
I was a bit surprised here because usually at mosques there is a friendly doorman/guard, caretaker or imam who chats with you, but here, the worker was kind of surly and just grunted at me when I asked if I needed to cover my hair...More
From the reviews we've read that only Muslims are allowed. And so 3 of us who are non-Muslim respectfully waited outside for our friend who had gone in to say his prayers.
A friendly worshiper who is local, saw us, and graciously invited us into...More
Oldest mosque in China. One of a kind. Feeling at peace and at the same time amazed by the architecture of the mosque. Opposite of the mosque you can find a few shops selling halal good n halal groceries. We took bus 233 (1 stop)from...More
One of the mosque you can find in the city. Its exactly across the noor bostan restaurant. Beside, You can find several halal shop nearby. Inside the mosque you can meet nice people there and they were very welcome although they dont speak english well.
Lovely small mosque with a proud and friendly grounds keeper. My friend and I met a few other friendly visitors during out visit, including two men from central Asia, one dressed in back. The first man greeted my friend and I warmly as he entered...More
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Also known as the light house mosque, Huaisheng Mosque was first built in 627, during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), when Islam was introduced to China for the first time. It was invested and constructed by some Arabs and named... More
Also known as the light house mosque, Huaisheng Mosque was first built in 627, during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), when Islam was introduced to China for the first time. It was invested and constructed by some Arabs and named as Huaisheng Mosque, meaning ‘remembering the sage’, in honor of Islamic prophet Muhammad.