Lhasa Great Mosque

Lhasa Great Mosque

randomly stumbling upon a mosque on my stroll through Lhasa

Location: 

Lhasa Mosque, Chengguan, Lhasa, Tibet, China

Duration: 

Friday, September 1, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Lhasa Great Mosque was built in 1716
  2. It is also known as Hebalin Mosque
  3. The Mosque is surrounded by an Islamic market
  4. Journey: found by walking randomly through Lhasa
  5. Surprise: I did not expect to see a mosque in Lhasa!

Image sources

  1. Market outside
  2. Minaret of the Mosque
  3. Inside the Mosque
  4. Main Entrance Gate
  5. Arabic and Chinese

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