The Xiamen Mosque was built in the late of Daoguang Period (1902), Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). The temple is located in the west and opposite to the west. It is a long rectangle three-entrance courtyard. The first entrance is to the yard. The second entrance is to the hall and wing-rooms. The three entrance is to the prayer hall. The temple keeps some Arabic scrolls. It is the religious center for Muslim people in Xiamen.
Address: West of Yuping Road, Xiamen, Fujian (福建省厦门市玉屏路西侧)
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