Famous Mosque build in 996 and the oldest and largest of the mosques in Beijing. Structured as a traditional Chinese palace, but also uses typical Arabic decoration with a lot of red colour. A must see if staying for more than a few days. The Muslim presence in the area is obvious with many Muslim shops and Arabic signs around.
88 Niu Street
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Niu Street Mosque and Nearby Attractions on Map
Prince Gong's Mansion and Garden(2.9 km)
The mansion displays the life of princes during the Qing dynasty.
Capital Museum(2.9 km)
New high profile history and art museum located in an impressing building.
Museum of Ancient Pottery Civil(1.5 km)
Shows the Chinese history of pottery from Neolithic Age to now.
Beijing Grand View Garden(2 km)
Garden established in the 1980s based on the novel 'The Dream of the Red Mansions'.
White Cloud Temple(2.3 km)
Taoist temple established in 793.
Zhongnanhai is an imperial garden complex that serves as the central headquarters of the Communist Party of China and the State Council of the People's Republic of China.
Lidai Diwang Miao(2.3 km)
Large temple built in 1530 used to sacrifice to past emperors.
Baoguo Temple(0.6 km)
Founded in 1103, various uses during the next centuries, almost forgotten after 1949, but now renovated and open to public.
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