Zhengzhou Beida Mosque is the first and largest masque in Zhengzhou. It was first built in the late of Yuan Dynasty(1271-1368).
The major constructions are the main gate, moon building, main hall, side hall, south and north teaching rooms, bath house, funeral house and other facilities. The prayer hall is 10 meters high and covers an area of 423 square meters. It is consisted by four small halls, namely, Juanpeng, front hall, back hall and Houjiao. It can hold about 500 people to do prayer. The moon building is about 10 meters high and covers an area of 49 square meters. It is a two-floor rectangle building with Islamic architectural style.
Address: 128 Beida Street, Zhengzhou (郑州北大街128)
The Beixiajie Mosque was built in the late of Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). The temple covers an area of 1,400 square meters with the constructed area of 1,100 square meters. The prayer hall is a classical architecture covering an area of 250 square meters. There are 1 imam, 22 Manla and 11 Xuedong in the temple. The temple holds 4,000 Muslim people who are Hui nationalities and follow the Gedi gift.
Address: Beixia Street, Hui Community, Guancheng District, Zhengzhou, Henan (河南省郑州市管城回族区北下街)