FC: P5 Civic District IPW Group 8 By:5-G(Roren, Yuga ,Bari)
1: TIME CAPSULE | RAFFLES LANDING SITE | THE SUPREME COURT | THE PRIME MINISTER | ART MUSEUM (SIDE VIEW) | ART CIVILISATION MUSEUM | ASIAN CIVILISATION +TIMECAPSULE +RAFFLES PLACE
2: THE TIME CAPSULE
3: He headed the Indian government for 17 long and brilliant years. He wanted India to develop into a world - recognised nation. He supported technological and scientific progress and encouraged art and literature. He wanted to eliminate discrimination from the face of the world and encouraged peaceful co-existence. Nehru did not believe in aligning himself with the military political blocks and wanted to end the cold war. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1955 | In 1990, on the 25th anniversary of Singapore's independence, a time capsule was sealed and kept in a small modernistic pyramid along the Singapore River. Standing in stark contrast to the colonial architecture and the solemn memorials in the area, this 'pyramid power' time capsule contains a collection of momentous items that trace the years of the Republic's sovereignty. The capsule is scheduled to be opened in the year 2015. | Mr Ong Teng Cheong became the fifth President of the Republic of Singapore and the first President to be popularly elected by the people on 1 September 1993.
4: SUPREME COURT (INSIDE OF ART MUSEUM)
5: ASIAN CIVILISATION MUSEUM ( SIDE VIEW)
6: RAFFLES LANDING SITE | IN 1819 , sir Stamford Raffles , the founder of Singapore , landed on the Singapore River Bank . He signed a treaty with Temeggang . From that time to 1824 , Singpore a british colony . It is believed that this is his first landing site on 29 january 1819. This pure whit poly-marble is the replica of the original Raffles statue In front of the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall at Empress Place, Singapore
7: The Museum housed in the former Empress Place buildng. It was originally designed as a court house when it was constructe by convict labour in 1867 . However , it was used by various Government departments instead. Te building was renamed Empress Place Museum from !1989 to 1995 and re-opened as Asian Civilisation Museum in 2nd March @2003 as one of the three National Museums in Singapore. | ASIAN CIVILATION MUSEUM