Category:Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore

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Sri Mariamman Temple at 244 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058793, traces its history back to a temple made of wood and attap (thatch made from fronds of the nipa palm, Nypa fruticans) in 1827. This was replaced by a brick-and-plaster building in 1843. The temple was gazetted as a national monument on 28 June 1973.
スリ・マリアマン寺院 (ja); معبد سرى ماريمان (arz); 马里安曼兴都庙 (zh); ศรีมริอัมมันมนเทียร สิงคโปร์ (th); Świątynia Mariamman w Singapurze (pl); ശ്രീ മാരിയമ്മൻ കോവിൽ, സിംഗപ്പൂർ (ml); Sri Mariammantempel (nl); Шри Мариамман (ru); श्री मरिअम्मन मंदिर, सिंगापुर (hi); Sri Mariamman Temple (Singapur) (de); Sri Mariammanin temppeli (fi); Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore (en); 스리 마리암만 사원 (ko); Sri Mariamman Temple (cs); சிங்கப்பூர் மகா மாரியம்மன் கோயில் (ta) hinduska świątynia (pl); Hindu temple in Singapore (en); معبد هندوسي في سنغافورة (ar); klášter na Singapuru (cs); Singapore (nl) Sri Mariamman Temple (en)
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Instance ofHindu temple,
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Location Chinatown, Outram, Central Region, Singapore
Street address
  • 058793
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Founded by
  • Naraina Pillai
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Inception
  • 1827
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1° 16′ 57.4″ N, 103° 50′ 42″ E
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