Xi'an Dapiyuan Mosque
Dapiyuan Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Xi'an. It is located in Dapiyuan Lane of Xi'an city and facing the Great Mosque in the south direction. Dapiyuan Mosque was first constructed in the year of 1411, the ninth year of Yongle times during Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), and rebuilt and renovated in 1985. This mosque is also a Chinese classic style architecture, collecting 51 Arabic scriptures and one copper incense burner from Chinese Ming Dynasty.
Address: 207 Dapiyuan Street, Lianhu District, Xian