Lhasa Great Mosque was originally built in the middle period of the 18th century; however it unfortunately burned to the ground. The present mosque was rebuilt in 1959, in the traditional form with a rounded arched roof and minaret. The group of structures consists of a pailou, worship hall, school, lingka, and others. Whenever one visits this mosque, one is always surrounded by a distinctive tranquility, something that seems very hard to find in today's world. There are usually between 250 to 300 muslims who worship daily at this site. One will surely be touched at the sight of their devotion to their mighty God.