Museum Displays

Great Mosque of Xi'an, China

The Great Mosque of Xi'an is the largest mosque in China. The majority of the mosque was built during the early Ming dynasty. It now houses more than twenty buildings in its four courtyards, and covers 12,000 square meters, with a length of 250 meters and a width of 48 meters. This mosque construction was started in 742AD during the reign of Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty. and additions were made during the Song (960-1279), Yuan (1271-1638), Ming (1368-1644), and Qing (1644-1911)dynasties, which makes it an ancient architectural complex representative of many periods of time. .

Xi'an, China

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2.64m x 0.67m