Old Supreme Court Building, Singapore

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monumental building in Singapore

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Geographical coordinates: 1.28972 103.851


English Old Supreme Court Building, Singapore

The Old Supreme Court Building (Malay: Bangunan Mahkamah Agung Lama, Chinese: 最高法院大厦) is the former courthouse of the Supreme Court of Singapore, before it moved out of the building and commenced operations in the new building on 20 June 2005. The building was the last structure in the style of classical architecture to be built in the former British colony. The building, together with the City Hall, has been converted into National Art Gallery of Singapore which was opened in 2015.

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Chenese 最高法院大厦 (新加坡)

最高法院大厦(Old Supreme Court Building)位于新加坡市中心的政府大厦大草场,毗邻政府大厦。它曾是新加坡最高法院所在地,2005年6月20日已迁往新址。

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English Old Supreme Court Building (National Art Gallery)

The Old Supreme Court Building was built in the classical style, featuring Corinthian columns and an allegory of justice set below the main dome. The current Supreme Court Building is right behind and its "spaceship" structure marks quite a contrast between the old and the new. While the building itself is worth a visit, it now also houses the National Art Gallery.

Address 1 Saint Andrew's Rd
Price $20 for non-residents. Free for all on public holidays
Last Edit2017-10-20
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