Minaret is the place in Mosque where the clergy summon the Muslims for worship activities. Salar minaret building has palace architectural style of Ming Dynasty, is subject to the influence of architecture style from central China.

The minaret relocated to Beijing from Shangbaizhuang Village, Xunhua County of Qinghai province. The building is well-preserved. It is typical pavilions style of Ming Dynasty with three-storey brick-timber structure. The cornices angled out and the roof is covered by gray tile. There are carved patterns on the bricks walls on four sides. The circled wooden ladder is available.





Location: Salar Museum, North Park


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