SACRED SINGAPORE SPACES
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Entrance tower at Sri Mariammam Hindu Temple with a six-tiered Gopuram crowded with deity sculptures constructed in 1925. Like below sanctuary the building is of South Indian dravidian architecture
HINDU TEMPLE AND CHURCH BUILDINGS
THE SACRED PLACES OF SINGAPORE
1971 Grace Chinese Christian Church in Singapore
Deepavali the Festival of Lights
The church of Saint Matthew was dedicated in 1963
Catholic Church of Holy St. Bernadette in Singapore 1958 by architect Alfred Wong dedicated 1959-03-30
The tropical-gothic style church St. Peter and St. Paul was built in 1869 by the French christian community.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple overlooking downtown Singapore. Designed by Shi Fa Zhao, construction of this Tang Dynasty architectural style building started in 2005. The highlights of this complex in Chinatown are a Buddhist culture museum with theater and the stupa, made of 320 kg of gold donated by devotees.
No need for a temple or church to worship your God
Sri Thendayuthapani Hindu Temple of the Nattukottai Chettiar community was consecrated April 4th, 1859 The Shaivite temple dedicated to Lord Subramaniam a.k.a. Lord Muruga is part of the pilgrim procession during the annual Thaipusam festival of Singapore
The Silat Road Gurdwara of the Sikh community was opened in 1924 with prayer hall, langgar and dining hall and rooms to accomodate new arrivals from Punjab.
The St. Andrew's Cathedral was built 1856 in Neo-Gothic architectural style by Ronald MacPherson. The two previous churches had been torn down because of unhappy spirits and damage caused to the building by lightning strikes. It is the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Singapore.