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NIUJIE MOSQUE

Beijing Niujie Mosque is one of the oldest and largest mosques in Beijing. Located on Ox Street (Niujie), the mosque was first built in 966 and has greeted muslims from all over the world who came to worship.

It has since undergone several extensions and renovations, including a rebuilding effort in 1442 and large scale repair in 1696 under Qing Emperor Kangxi. The architectural structure is based on traditional Chinese wooden palaces with Arabic-style decoration with a symmetrical and compact layout. Unlike South-facing Buddhist temples, the mosque points westwards towards Mecca.

Address: 88 Niujie Mid Street, Guanganmen, Beijing

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