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Streets and Places · Tay, LionelThis photograph is a close-up on the tower of Wesley Methodist Church with its exposed red brickwork, narrow, arched windows and decorative top. Plants and moss can be observed on the tower, giving it a weathered and authentic feel. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places · Arts · Tay, LionelThis is a picture of the entrance of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, facing the busy South Bridge Road. This is the oldest street in Chinatown, built by convict labourers in 1833.
Streets and Places · Tay, LionelThis photograph shows the main building of Wesley Methodist Church. Title devised by Library staff.
Arts · Streets and Places · Tay, LionelThis is a picture of a magnificent cultural monument which opened in 2007, in the heart of Chinatown. It houses the sacred Buddha tooth relic, in a stupa made of gold weighing over 400kg, melted down from gold donated by devotees. Title devised by Library staff.