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The oldest mosque in Beijing has a very unique and beautiful architecture. In this neighborhood, we can see the harmony of the people here despite different religions. This place is a hidden gem in Beijing which must be visited by all.
This mosque is built in 996 AD. It is fully functional. The mosque and the neighborhood represents a unique Chinese muslim culture in the heart of Beijing. We highly recommend a visit and experience the mosque and the neighborhood.
The Niujie mosque is a very interesting place in Beijing. During the long history of Beijing there were many groups and believes arriving a the capital of the kingdom of the middle. The Muslim arrived also here and this old complex (started 996 ac) is...More
I visited the mosque as a non-Muslim visitor. Admission is 5 Chinese dollars (About US$1), and I think it is well worth it!
This mosque has traditional Chinese buildings, nothing conventional Islamic is found on the exteriors. I didn’t get to visit the inside of...More
It was surprising to know that Beijing had a mosque that was more than 1000 years old. It is in the Muslim quarter of Beijing. It is a small mosque with nondescript architecture unlike mosques in Turkey. Chinese influences ware obviously very visible in its...More
We went there for the first time to pray. The oldest and biggest mosque in Beijing. Such a beautiful architecture. Mixed of Chinese and Middle East architecture, I guess. Nice spot for photos shoot as well. Non-muslims are welcome but should wear proper attire.
I went with my friends during the first days of Ramadan 2017 at the Mosque. My friends , most of them, are not muslims were welcomed wih open arms . Also, they were licky enough not pay to enter the mosque . We were treated...More
This old mosque can be reached by stopping at Guang'anmen Inner station, walk straight on Guang'anmen Inner Street toward Nujie Street and turn right. Walk straigh for about 300 metres, the mosque will be on your left. It is nearby to Nujie Supermarket, which sells...More