Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Temple of the Hui - Chinese tourism scenic spots

Xinhua Road on the south side of the city of Yili is a Temple of the Hui, it is the most Yili completed one of the mosque, said to be built in 25 years of Qianlong, because at that time very few Christians, the Department of self-raising funds, the continued construction ongoing Finally completed in Qianlong 46 years, existing in an inside reads: "hold people Wu of the Education Bureau, Xiao , And the public on behalf of the rural old, Marcia, Fukui Madden, Yangzong Cheng, Zhou, Kun Li, led by Silver 832 fee, which lasted 20 years, cultivated itself into two. "Yili Temple of the Hui, have become known in the history of a variety of names, in the temple after the completion of the" Temple-Ning "as a result of Muslims from more than Guyuan area, Cisi named Lai Temple solid, Ci Ming emperor, "Ning", meaning peace Yu far, so named Cisi "I would rather solid Temple" is also intended to take its existence of peace, not the 18th century, the Temple of the Hui nationality in the western and north-west Have been built on both sides of the Uighur, Uzbek, Tatar for the temple worship, bird's eye view from above, which several Constitute a Phoenix hospital graphics, is the head of the Hui Temple, so called "Temple in Phoenix," was also known as the Temple in Shaanxi Province, Shaanxi and Gansu Temple, Hang Hang Temple, and so on, the last to be known as the "Temple of the Hui." Yili the Hui Temple of the original floor area of about 6000 square meters, existing more than 3000 square meters, the entire building With classical Chinese-style palace, both Arab and Islamic style, form a Chinese-style architecture of Islam. Yili is the Temple of the Hui Hui people to carry out religious activities in place, because of its unique architectural style and a long history, both at home and abroad of great importance to the Muslim visitors, tourists come to visit And carry out religious activities, it also has more people at home and abroad.

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