The Nagore Durgha Shrine by G. R. Lambert & Co.

Situated at the corner of Telok Ayer Street and Boon Tat Street, the Nagore Durgha Shrine was built between 1828 and 1830 by the Chulias, Tamil Muslims from South India, and dedicated to the holy man Shahul Hamid of Nagore. Unique in its blending of Eastern and Western architectural traditions, the mosque’s facade is lined with pillars in the European classical style, while each corner is topped by a minaret according to South Indian Muslim tradition. The structure was gazetted as a national monument in 1974 and has gone through several restorations, with the latest completed in 2007, before it was reopened as an Indian Muslim heritage centre.