Mosques in Hangzhou
The historic Hangzhou was a majorly significant city on the route of the Silk Road. It is recorded that Arab traders settled in Hangzhou in the Song Dynasty. The Phoenix mosque is the only mosque in Hangzhou. It was built in the Tang dynasty but was destroyed. In 1281 it was reconstructed and over the next few centuries it continued to be expanded.
Hangzhou Mosque (Masjid) Guide
Hangzhou Phoenix Mosque As one of the famous four mosques of China, Hangzhou’s Phoenix Mosque , which is also known as the Fenghuang Mosque was built in the Tang Dynasty. The mosque was destroyed in the Song dynasty and it wasn’t until 1281 till the mosque was rebuilt on the orig...Detail