Mosques in Harbin
Harbin Daowai Mosque 哈尔滨道外清真寺
The Masque was first built in the 23rd year (1897) of Guangxu, Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). It is an outstanding construction of Islamic traditional architectural style.
The major buildings include prayer hall, bath house, Xuanli building, office room and other facilities. The prayer hall is located in the center of the temple, which is opposite to the main gate. The prayer hall, covering an area of 426 square meters and 13 meters high, can hold 500 to 600 people to do prayer. There are two tall Xuanli buildings standing in the left and right side of the prayer hall.
Harbin Xiangfang Mosque 哈尔滨香坊清真寺
The Xiangfang Mosque was first built in 1905 and was rebuilt and removed for many times. Now the temple 1,600 square meters including the constructed area of 225 square meters. The major buildings includes the main hall, bath house and imam room. The main hall occupies an area of 87 square meters.
Address: 12 Danjing Street, Xingfang District, Harbin, Heilongjiang
Harbin Taipingqiao Mosque 哈尔滨太平桥清真寺
The Taipingqiao Mosque was built in 1913 and was rebuilt and removed for many times. The temple covers an area of 333 square meters including the constructed area of 199 square meters. The major buildings includes the main hall, teaching room and bath house. The main hall is a two-floor building, which occupies an area of 80 square meters.
I updated this article on May 7, 2012
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