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Thanks to the various expat groups I belong to I get to visit amazing places.

This is Eden Hall a landmark of Singapore History which was built 1904 by Ezekiel Manasseh and designed by the architect R.A.J. Bidwell who also designed the Raffels Hotel and Goodwood Park Hotel, 1957.

Eden House was sold to the British government for nominal sum stipulating that there must be a plaque at the bottom of the flag pole “May the Union Jack fly forever” after that it became the official residence of the British High Commissioner.

PS: If it reminds you of Wedgwood porcelain, your are not the only one.

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