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Notes on the Geography of Singapore: Colonial Singapore: Photo 12

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Enough of the English. Indians came to Singapore almost as early as Raffles. Here, the edge of their first temple (Sri Mariamman), established in 1827. It's in Chinatown, ironically; later Indian immigration would be centered in Raffles' European Town.

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