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Kampung Kling Mosque 1 by Werner Padarin
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Melaka, Malaysia
Kampung Kling mosque built 1872 to replace an earlier mosque constructed from timber in 1872. Kampung Kling mosque is of traditional design with elements of Sumatran, Chinese and Melaka Malay influence. The minaret, for example, has the shape of a Chinese pagoda. Government conservation works on the mosque were completed in 1999.

PX0509.3698
Pentax istD | Sigma 18-125DC @ 23 mm
1/90s f/9.5 ISO200 | Raw
Featured in Religious Architecture (25 April 2010)
Featured in Building Exteriors Of The World (3 January 2012)

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asia, islam, malaysia, melacca, melaka, minaret, mosque, religion, was featured

I photograph landscapes and people and mostly anything … just as long as it is in front of the lens and looks good
My images are from Australia, New Zealand and Asia

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  • ellismorleyphto
    ellismorleyphtoover 4 years ago

    Great! Nice “snack” to have as my daily South East Asia fix :-D

  • thanks Ellis – better watch it though, you might get addicted to S-EA

    – Werner Padarin

  • ellismorleyphto
    ellismorleyphtoover 4 years ago

    GET addicted? GET addicted? Lol… things were getting on top of me last May so in June I went to Hong Kong for the weekend :-P Yes, from London, hehe.

    Seriously it was only 4.5 months since I was there (SG) and already I am thinking how bad it is that I cannot get over there this year :-P

  • hm – you do seem to be feeding that addiction – I’m envious

    – Werner Padarin

  • gail anderson
    gail andersonover 4 years ago

  • thankyou very much Gail, very much appreciated

    – Werner Padarin

  • wolfepaw
    wolfepawabout 4 years ago

    Another nice shot, Werner! You must see some very interesting things in your travels.

  • thankyou – this is from a trip a few years ago – Malaysia is a lovely country

    – Werner Padarin

  • Karen Stackpole
    Karen Stackpoleover 2 years ago

    An interesting image. Just what this group is all about. Congratulations on being our first FEATURED work in 2012

  • thankyou very much Karen – greatly appreciated – all the best for 2012

    – Werner Padarin

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