Qiaohou Mosque in Eryuan County, Dali

Chinese Name:洱源乔后清真寺
English Name:Qiaohou Mosque in Eryuan County, Dali

Overview

Qiaohou Mosque is situated in Qiaohou Township, Eryuan County, Yunnan Province, China. It was approximately built in the eleventh year of the Tongzhi era (1872), covering an area of 1 acre. The main prayer hall follows the suspended mountain style of architecture, with a building area of 200 square meters.

Historical Background

Qiaohou Mosque was established around the eleventh year of the Tongzhi era (1872).

Scale and Structure

The mosque occupies 1 acre of land, featuring a main prayer hall in suspended mountain style with a building area of 200 square meters. The main entrance of the hall is adorned with intricately carved floral screens, showcasing smooth lines and fine craftsmanship.

Community and Facilities

Qiaohou Mosque serves 14 households and 84 individuals, all belonging to the Hui ethnic group.

Location and Transportation

  • Address: Qiaohou Township, Eryuan County, Yunnan Province, China

Qiaohou Mosque stands as a cultural and architectural testament in Eryuan County, embodying the rich history and community heritage of the Hui people in Yunnan Province.