Qingjing Mosque

The Qingjing Mosque (Chinese清净寺, Pinyin Qingjing si) in the Chinese city of Quanzhou (泉州市), Fujian Province, is a preserved as a ruin, built by Arab traders in the style of the prayer halls of Damascus mosque in 1009. It is also called Aisuhabu Mosque ( Aisuhabu Qingzhensi艾苏哈卜 清真寺), which is the transliteration of the Arabic name al - Ashab. She is one of the oldest Islamic buildings in China.

Since 1961, she is on the list of monuments of the People's Republic of China ( 1-87 ).