The Yongning Mosque was first built in Yuan Dynasty(1271-1368). The existing temple was rebuilt in the 24th year (1898) of Guangxu, Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). The layout of the temple is a quadrangle courtyard. Entering the gate is a spacious yard. The prayer hall covers an area of 200 square meters. In front of the hall is the Juanpeng-style porch. Opposite the hall are the wing-rooms, which service as the rest room for the praying Muslim people. In the sides of the hall are the meeting room and teaching room. The temple is small in scale, but it attracts many Muslim people to do prayer here. Many imams from other masques in Yunnan come here for learning. Address: West Section of Jinbi Road, Kunming, Yunnan(云南昆明市金碧路西段)
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