I went to the ancient mosque, also known as the Beijing Temple. It is in the alley beside the old street in Bozhou, not far from the Huaxi Tower. You can find it with Baidu map. The history of the mosque can be traced back to the Yuan Dynasty. The entire temple is a traditional Chinese architecture, and there is a rare dragon-shaped relief at the entrance. Today it is still a religious site and is free for tourists.
The ancient mosque is not very far west of the Huaxi Tower.
Beijing Temple is located near the Huaxi Tower. Tickets are free. The historical environment is also quite good.
This is a famous historical building in Haozhou. It has been built for a long time, but the majestic appearance of the tower has not changed. There are not many tourists visiting it. Maybe it is because of the traffic location. The tickets are not expensive, so you can come and see it.
It is a nice mosque. Most of the people here are Hui people, and religious activities are often held, such as Eid al-Fitr. The temple has a bit of history.
Preston_Dominguez: Shuangsi Street, Qiaocheng District, Bozhou 236808, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Huaxi Hall,Cao Cao Military Transport Tunnel,Nanjing Alley Qianzhuang,Huazu'an,Zhangyuan Han Tomb