Streetart Singapore – Urban Art from the Island State
Singapore is an island and city-state south of Malaysia. Small but golden. It is a global financial center with a tropical climate and a multicultural population. In the colonial center of the city you can find the Pandang, which has been used as a cricket ground since the 1830s and is now surrounded by glorious buildings such as the town hall with its 18 Corinthian columns. In the Chinese quarter Chinatown from around the 1820s is the red and gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, in which a tooth of Buddha is said to be. And in the streets there is as well wonderful urban art said to be.
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