Qiaomen Temple sits from west to east. The whole temple consists of rolling shed, main hall, back kiln hall, cross courtyard, bathing room and other buildings. The gilded "mosque" vertical plaque hangs high at the entrance of the temple, which is a square double eave with flying corners and two large and thick gates. The eight-character walls on both sides of the door are flowers carved with polished blue bricks, which are open to the left and right, stretching spectacularly.
It is a very ethnic building, and the feeling is still very good. The Qiaomen Temple sits west to east. The entrance of the temple is high-hanging with a gilded "mosque" vertical plaque. The eight-shaped walls on both sides of the door are flowers carved with polished blue bricks. You can still come to visit Lanzhou.
The mosques on the Lanzhou side are relatively dense. The Qiaomen Mosque is on Zhongshan Road. The appearance here is really Chinese style. The doorways here are basically carved with beams and painted buildings, and even the plaques are relatively The style of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, but the inside is still relatively halal, but the door here is a bit more pompous, and the door here is also golden.
This mosque is very big and famous in Lanzhou. Most of the Hui people in Lanzhou come to worship in this mosque. If you come to visit this mosque, it is best to ask a tour guide to explain it so that you can understand the structure and history of the mosque.
I saw this mosque unexpectedly when I walked to the Iron Bridge on the Yellow River. It should have a relatively long history and is quite beautiful. I was discouraged from entering when I walked to the door. Of course I know this. There are many plaques at the door, so just look at it as a tourist attraction. .
Preston_Dominguez: Qilihe, Lanzhou, Gansu, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Yellow River Steel Bridge,Baitashan Park,Waterwheel Expo Park,Yellow River Mother Sculpture,Public Lane