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Similar to No 287, 755, 756, 856, 857 & 858 - with different angle view.
A Malay Mosque.
known as Masjid Jamek, Kuala Lumpur is the oldest mosque standing in that very state. It is situated at the confluence of Klang River and Gombak River. Its exact location is at Jalan Melayu/India.
Masjid Jamek is known as the Friday Mosque. The mosque was built in the year of 1907 but was officially opened by the Sultan of Selangor two years later. One interesting fact about the mosque besides being the oldest one in town is that it was built on the first Malay Burial Ground in Kuala Lumpur. The architecture of the mosque is a combination of Moorish, Islam and Magul. It was designed by the architectural assistant of the Public Work and Survey Department, with the name of Arthur Benison Hubbock. The mosque provides a sense of tranquility and serenity as there are palm trees around, not to mention the nearby rivers.
Card no : nil
Edaran early 1960s..
Publisher : nil
Excellent condition with age.
Strike : Kuala Lumpur 02/12/1964.
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