Notes on the Geography of China: Turfan : Photo 16
Turpan's icon, however, is probably the Sugong Ta or Mosque, with its Emir Minaret, built in 1778 and named for Emin Khoja, a general. As the lighting rod suggests, the mosque has come under the sanitizing hand of the government.
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