????Islamic Tombs are among the earliest evidence to testify to the introduction of Islam to China. They are the tombs of two disciples of Muhammad, namely the Third Sage and the Fourth Sage, who came to preach Islam in Quanzhou during the Wude period of the Tang Dynasty (618-626). The layout of the grave site took shape during the 10th-14th centuries and the tomb structures mix Chinese and Islamic styles. Islamic Tombs are located at Lingshan Hill outside the ancient city of Quanzhou, facing the sea. The tombs are made of granite stone, parallel arranged from east to west. Both of them are rectangular structures facing south, with a Sumeru-style stone platform. Islamic Tombs has been the sacred site for Muslims from around the world to pay tribute to. Academic studies consider that Islamic Tombs is the oldest and best-preserved Islamic sacred site apart from the Holy Tomb of Prophet Muhammad and the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (Note: A Tentative Study of the Construction Date of Islamic Tombs in Quanzhou and Authenticity of Related Legends, authored by Yang Hongxun and published in theCultural RelicsNo.3 of 1986).