The Wuhan Qiyimen Mosque was first built in the early age of Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). It was rebuilt for many times. The temple used to be a large and grand temple. In the Guangxu Period, the temple covered an area of 2,300 square meters.
Now the existing temple is smaller than before. The major constructions are two buildings, three stone steles and an old well. The prayer hall is in the second floor of one building.
hi, i just want to ask if there is any Muslims village in Wuhan? actually i have to plan a study trip to any islamic place to study their culture as well as the landscape there. can you help me with this? how about Wuhan itself?
Hi Myzatul, sorry, I don't know any Muslim village in Wuhan.
How to visit this mosque from Central China Normal University, wuchang wuhan (Gan wo tou Bus Stop)??
Hi Khalid, I didn''t find this bus stop on the Internet. From Central China Normal University, you can walk to Guangbutun Bus Stop in Luoyu Road 珞喻路广埠屯站, take Bus No. 907/593/901, get off at Zhalan Bus Stop at Zhongshan Road 中山路栅栏口站. Then the mosque is about 560m away. Whitney Liao Replied on 2012-10-07