Fuyou Road Mosque in Shanghai - China
Fuyou Road Mosque (Chinese: 福佑路清真寺; pinyin: Fúyòu Lù Qīngzhēnsì), also known as the North Mosque, is a mosque in Huangpu District, Shanghai, China.
Prior to the construction of the mosque, Muslim from Nanjing had rented two houses for prayer. In 1870, a group of 31 Muslims raised money and purchased 400 m2 of land and constructed the Fuyou Road Mosque during the 9th year of Tongzhi Emperor reign of the Qing Dynasty. The mosque was then later renovated and expanded several times in 1897, 1905, 1936 and 1979;
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