Songjiang Mosque, which is also named Zhenjiao Temple and Xianhe (immortal crane) Temple, is located on Middle Zhongshan Road of Songjiang Town in Songjiang District. Built in the period of Zhi Zheng of the Yuan Dynasty, it is one of the oldest mosques in existence in China. In the western side of the temple is the rectangle-shaped Bangke Chamber. Opposite to the west wing-rooms of the Bangke Chamber stands a chapel, which is of brick-and-wood structure under the style of the Ming Dynasty. Behind the chapel is an 8-meter-high kiln hall built in the Yuan Dynasty. It is a mosque with a combination of two architectural styles: the Arabic and the Chinese traditional, which features the style of constructions of the Qing and Ming Dynasties.