The Nanjing Jingjue mosque, also known as Sanshan Street mosque, dates back to Hongwu Ming Dynasty. It is the most time-honored mosque in Nanjing, which get rebuilted in the early of 4th century under the advise of a famous Chinese voyager, Zhenghe.
Covering an area of 4000 square meters, the mosque includes a brick gate, a balcony, a prayer room, a reception room and a guest room etc. The gate is a brick architecture with rare carvings, looking divine. While the most famous remains in Jingjue mosque is the epigraphs from emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasty, which is a symbol of great honor.