Wuhan Qiyimen Mosque 武汉起义门清真寺
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.
Address: 67 Qiyi Street, Wuchang, Wuhan (武汉武昌起义街67号)
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