Mosques in Nanjing
Nanjing Caoqiao Mosque 南京草桥清真寺
The Nanjing Caoqiao Mosque was first built in the Qianlong Period(1736-1795), Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). It was rebuilt and removed for many times. The major constructions are the main hall, teaching room, water house, wing-room and other facilities. The temple was used as primary school in the Public of China (1912-1949).
Address: 20 Dading Lane, Nanjing, Jaingsu (江苏省南京市打钉巷20号)
Nanjing Hanximen Mosque 南京汉西门清真寺
The Hanximen Mosque was first built in Ming Dynasty(1368-1644) and was rebuilt in the Tongzhi Period (1862-1874), Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). The existing temple was rebuilt in 1915. The major constructions include the main hall, moon building, water house, teaching room, Pai building and dorm room. The main hall covers an area of 320 square meters and is 8 meters high. It is a Chinese traditional building with Arabic style of windows and doors.
Address: 13 Hanximen Mosque Lane, Tangzi Street, Nanjing, Jiangsu (江苏省南京市堂子街汉西门礼拜寺巷13号)
Nanjing Jizhaoying Mosque 南京吉兆营清真寺
It is said the the Jizhaoying Mosque was first built in the middle age of Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). it is a small masque in scale but it functions well in all aspects.
Address: 43 Jizhaoying, Xuanwu District, Nanjing (南京玄武区吉兆营43号)
Other Mosque in Nanjing
Nanjing Jingjue Mosque