Xining can be called the summer capital of China, the hottest summer is no more than 20 degrees. People generally regard it as a transit station to Tibet or Qinghai Lake. Although there are not many scenic spots in the city, it is worth transferring. Especially, several large mosques, Magnificent Mosques and lofty minarets are shining and irreplaceable unique cultural symbols and spiritual Totems of Xining City. Mosque. Typical Chinese palace architecture style, located in the downtown area south of the busy Dongguan Street, has a lot of buses. Remember that it was the closest to get off at Beixiaojiekou Station. I walked past the Nanguan Mosque on foot, just 10 minutes away. No tickets, monasteries with classical, European, Albanian and other architectural styles, unique and magnificent, elegant and harmonious. The worship hall in the middle of the temple is the largest building in the temple, which can accommodate 10,000 people to worship at the same time. The Tibetan gold vase on the top of the palace was presented by the Lama of Labrang Temple in Gansu Province. Tourists are not allowed to enter the worship hall, and other places for lectures are not allowed to enter, but they can be viewed and photographed from the doorway. Every Friday, the main linen gathering ceremony is the Sunday of the Hui people in Xining, and the scene is very spectacular. After leaving the mosque, you can walk to Nanguan Mosque and Yangjiazhuang Mosque, just a few blocks apart. The lectures at Guan Mosque are free, but if you want to make up 20 people, you must listen to them when you have a chance.