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  • Ballestier Road Chinese temple - Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a coloured picture postcard with a photograph of the Siong Lim Temple at Balestier (spelled "Ballestier"), said to be the second largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Singapore. Sent from Singapore to Hamburg, this postcard has a three-cent Straits Settlements stamp and a divided...
  • Chinese temple

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Siong Lim Temple at Balestier, said to be the second largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Singapore.
  • Chinese temple, Singapore

    Streets and Places · Arts
    This shows the front and back of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of a statue of the Smiling Buddha on an altar table in a Chinese temple. This postcard has a divided back with a type-written message.
  • Ballestier Road temple

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Siong Lim Temple at Balestier (spelled "Ballestier"), said to be the second largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Singapore. Sent from Singapore to France, this postcard has a divided back. Postcard photographed by Max H....
  • "Sakaya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple". Race Course Road, Singapore : this photograph shows the side of the temple

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    This shows the front of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Sakaya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple at Race Course Road. On both sides of the temple in the front is a sculpture of a leaping tiger.
  • Smiling Buddha S'pore

    Streets and Places · Arts
    This shows the front of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of a statue of the Smiling Buddha on an altar table in a Chinese temple.
  • Chinese temple in Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of the Siong Lim Temple at Balestier, said to be the second largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Singapore. This postcard has a divided back.