Lunch at the Grand Mosque in the Muslim Quarter of Xián.Se built facing the east in 742 during the Tang Dynasty but was later restored during the Ming and Qing. The most prominent is the Main Hall is used five times a day for prayer. Inside, on which stands the ceiling painted in turquoise, you can admire ebony engraved verses from the Koran. The complex also features a courtyard in which believers have dinner every night as they reflect on religious matters.