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Jamae Mosque, Singapore

One of Singapore's oldest mosques, built in the 1830s by Tamil Muslims in an Indian style.

One of Singapore's oldest mosques, built in the 1830s by Tamil Muslims in an Indian style. Note the stepped minarets outside.


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About Jamae Mosque

 218 S Bridge Rd, Singapore

 +65 6221 4165

 www.mosque.org.sg

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[email protected] Skybridge

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