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Famous Mosque build in 996 and the oldest and largest of the mosques in Beijing.
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
+86 10 6353 25
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