Mosques in Suzhou
Suzhou Taipingfang Mosque 苏州太平坊清真寺
The Taipingfang Mosque was first built in 1924 and has a history for over 80 years. The rebuilt and enlarged temple covers an area of 650 square meters. The temple still keeps 10 stone steles created in Qing Dynasty(1644-1911) and Ming Dynasty(1368-1644). In every Jumat Day, there will be 200 local Muslim people coming here to do prayer. In the important religious day, there will be over 1,000 people gather here to take part in the religious activities.
The Masque is the headquarter of Islamic Association in Suzhou.
Address: Taipingfang, Yanmenshi Road, Suzhou, Jiangsu (江苏省苏州市阎门石路太平坊 )
I updated this article on May 26, 2013
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