Tomb of Puhaddin Pictures

The Tomb of Puhaddin was originally built in Deyou in the 1st year of the Song Dynasty (1275), and occupies 15,000 square meters. It is on the eastern bank of the Grand Canal in the eastern sector of the city. It was a graveyard in the Ming Dynasty, and includes the tomb of Hapuding, the mosque and the garden. Puhaddin was the 16th grandson of Islam Mahomet, the Prophet. The architecture there combined the Chinese and Arabic style. A 700 year old gingko tree is northeast of Hapuding’s mausoleum.

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- Last modified on Jun. 04, 2017 -
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