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Arts · Streets and Places · Tan, BonnyThis is a 2004 photograph showing a close-up of the two-tier circular fountain built as a memorial to Tan Kim Seng. It is Victorian in design with cherubs, Greek gods, including Zeus, and goddesses. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places · Arts · Tan, BonnyThis 2004 photograph shows an exterior view of the entrance of the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. It shows the decorative details of the entrance such as the columns resting on plinths, and the filigreed pediments. The Church of Saints Peter and Paul was gazetted a national monument on...
Streets and Places · Tan, BonnyDesigned in the Gothic architectural style, St. Joseph's Church is built in the form of a Latin cross and has beautiful stained glass windows. The view of the church shows a dome above the central octagonal tower which is flanked by two smaller towers. The church is a gazetted national...
Streets and Places · Tan, BonnyThis 2004 photograph shows a front view of the three-storey Raffles Hotel with its white exterior walls, a covered front porch with curved, tiled roof, and decorative details above each arched window. The iconic building was gazetted as a national monument on 4 March 1987. Title devised by Library staff.