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  • Hidden Hands

    Saint Andrew's Cathedral

    At the heart of the city lie the beautiful St. Andrew’s Cathedral and the Former Empress Place Building. These were among the many 19th century buildings that were designed and built by an invisible and invincible force – early colonial engineers and convict labourers.

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    National History
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  • In the Steps of G D Coleman

    Former Parliament House and Annex Building

    Visit the masterpieces of G.D. Coleman, Singapore’s first-known architect. Admire one of the residences Coleman designed, which unlike his own home, avoided the wrecking ball. Step into the oldest Christian church in Singapore and hear stories of the Armenians whom the church was built for.

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    National History
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  • Heroes of Singapore

    Civilian War Memorial

    Throughout history, people have erected statues and sculptures in honour of men and women of valour, courage and sacrifice. On this trail, learn about some of Singapore’s very own heroes who gave up their lives for causes larger than themselves. Discover the fascinating stories behind each memorial’s design and construction.

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    National History
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  • Walk of Faith Rochor Canal

    Church of Our Lady of Lourdes

    Walk along the Rochor Canal and trace the beginnings of the Indian two religious buildings were established to cater to the immigrants’ spiritual needs, and how they were designed to inspire worshippers through various art forms.

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    National History
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  • Rediscovering Old Serangoon

    Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

    Journey back to old Serangoon and immerse in the sights, sounds and smells of Little India. Learn about the trades of various ethnic groups before stepping through the doors of Sri Perumal Temple to learn about its history and the intriguing stories behind its colourful murals and statues!

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    National History
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  • The Spirit of Saving Lives

    College of Medicine Building

    Explore three national monuments that lie within the Singapore General Hospital compound to learn more about Singapore’s medical history. Be inspired by the generosity of members of the Chinese community and passionate doctors who dedicated their lives to laying the foundation of Singapore’s medical education and healthcare system.

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    National History
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  • Mosques of the Royal Quarters

    Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

    Walk among the colourful shophouses of Kampong Gelam, which was home to Malay royalty, and be awed by the beautifully ornate architectural features of Hajjah Fatimah Mosque and Sultan Mosque. Discover how the designs of the mosques have been influenced by the Islamic faith as well as Singapore’s multicultural make-up.

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    National History
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  • A Tale of Two Towns Of Government Banks and Communities

    Former Empress Place Building

    Discover the contrasting lives and activities on each side of the river: visit one of the oldest government buildings on the island, two sites that celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of our pioneers, and a historic temple which was also a community centre for the Teochews in Singapore.

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    National History
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  • Labours of Love

    Former Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Chapel and Caldwell House

    Enter the sacred spaces of Singapore’s oldest churches and imagine the school life that once filled the chapel of CHIJ. Learn more about the different communities – the Armenians, British and French – who came to Singapore in search of better lives, not just for themselves but also for others.

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    National History
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  • Tails of the Survivors

    MacDonald House

    Discover how three buildings are witnesses and survivors of Singapore's tumultuous past as well as Singapore’s development.

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    National History
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