Address: 155 South Street of Gulou, Chengdu, Sichuan
Opening Hours: All day
Chengdu Gulou South Street Mosque
Chengdu Gulou South Street Mosque is one of the oldest mosques located in Qingyang district, Chengdu. The Chengdu Gulou South Street Mosque was first built in the 8th year of Hongwu, Ming Dynasty, and was rebuilt in Yongzheng period and Qinlong period, Qing Dynasty. The main existing architecture is the prayer hall. In the hall there are two line of golden pillars. The roof of the hall covering with glass tiles, is in rectangle shape. The whole building is the excellent example of the architectural style of Qing Dynasty.