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Chengdu Huangcheng Mosque

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The Basic Information

Add: No. 80, Yongjin Street, Xicheng District, Chengdu

Gender Allowed: male & female travelers

Capacity: 300

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How to Get There 

By Bus: Bus 4, 98, 81, 16

By Subway: 

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  • Chengdu Huangcheng Mosque is one of the most famous mosques in Southwest China. Chengdu Huangcheng Mosque is located in Chengdu City, Sichuan Province. It was named Huangcheng Mosque because it is near the Huangcheng (Imperial City) area of Chengdu.  
    Huangcheng Mosque was established in the 16th century. The first repair began in 1858. In 1917, the mosque was seriously destroyed by war. Although it was rebuilt right after the war, its scale was reduced due to financial reasons.
    Originally Huangcheng Mosque covered an area of more than 6,600 square meters, while it only took up about 5,000 square meters after the reconstruction. However, Huangcheng Mosque is still the largest mosque in Sichuan Province.
    The existing mosque consists of an entrance wall, two gates, an ambulatory, a library and a prayer hall, etc. The entrance wall is just opposite to the gate and there is a street between them. A tablet with the name of the mosque on it is hung on the first gate, and a tablet with four Chinese characters Kai Tian Gu Jiao (the most ancient religion) on it is hung on the second gate, which was made during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). There are many block-printed Arabian and Chinese Koran in the library. The prayer hall was recently rebuilt.
    It is the headquarters of the Islamic Association of Sichuan Province.

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