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Arts · Streets and Places · M. Ashif PadiliThis is a front view of the porch at the entrance to Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Hill and the stairs leading up to it. The covered porch is supported by pillars, and sheltered by an extended roof. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places · Arts · M. Ashif PadiliThis photograph shows the exterior of the four-storey neo-classical Capitol Building. The building's light yellow façade has decorative walls, glass-panelled windows and curved front porch. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places · M. Ashif PadiliThis is a view of the front entrance to the Fort Canning Centre with its brick front steps, white-washed exterior and red-tiled roof. It used to be the barracks of the British Army. Now, it houses the Singapore Dance Theatre and a culinary academy, at-sunrice. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places · Heirwin M. NasirPanoramic view of the river showing cruising bumboats, restored shophouses, the alfresco setting by the river bank and the skyscrapers towering beyond. It depicts prominent landmarks such as OUB Centre, OCBC Centre, UOB Plaza and Maybank Building. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places · Sports and Recreation · M. Ashif PadiliThis is a 2003 photograph showing a view of The Legends building located on Fort Canning Hill. The central part of the long building protrudes and has windows with decorations. The façade is decorated with pilasters and plaster mouldings. Title devised by Library staff.