To mark the Islamic New Year, here is part of a rare photograph of the entrance to the Huihuiying Mosque [回回营清真寺遗存], in Donganfu Hutong, near Beihai Park, Beijing, taken about 1870. The image shown above, is a cropped version to better show the architecture. Parts of the Qing Dynasty building still exist
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