Niujie Mosque

2/19  Line 7, Guang’anmennei stop, SE exit

Cost: Adults Y10, Kids Y5, under 120 cm = free

The Niujie Mosque (also known as the Cow Street Mosque or sometimes Ox Street Mosque, Niu means cattle and Jie is street) is the oldest Mosque in Beijing. We went with the WAs and with my visiting teacher (KD and her husband). It was colder than we had expected, but fun to see, and we found the best sign translation yet in Beijing!

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