The Great Mosque of Xi'an is the biggest mosque in China. A functioning spot of love inside Xi'an Muslim Quarter, this patio complex is additionally a famous traveler site. Most of the mosque was worked amid the early Ming administration. It currently houses in excess of twenty structures in its five yards, and spreads 12,000 square meters. The mosque was built amid the Hongwu rule of the Ming tradition, with assist increments amid the Qing administration. Past religious edifices are known to have remained on a similar site, dating to as right on time as the Tang line.
The mosque is a walled complex of five yards, with the petition corridor situated in the fourth patio. Every yard contains a focal landmark, for example, a door, and is fixed with greenery and in addition auxiliary structures. The principal patio, for example, contains a Qing line fantastic entryway, while the fourth yard houses the Phoenix Pavilion, a hexagonal gazebo. Numerous dividers all through the complex are loaded with engravings of winged animals, plants, items, and content, both in Chinese and Arabic. Stone steles record repairs to the mosque and highlight calligraphic works. In the second yard, two steles include contents of the calligrapher Mi Fu of the Song line and Dong Qichang, a calligrapher of the Ming tradition.