Postcard of South Bridge Road in 1907. The building on the right with two towers is the Jamae Mosque, built in 1826; on the same row in the background is the Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple, built in 1827. Remarkably, the street today still looks very similar.
Source: Cheah Jin Seng. Singapore: 500 early postcards
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