Former Railway Offices - now Textile Museum

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MYS near Kuala Lumpur

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Lena published on 07/22/2016 2:03 p.m.:

The National Textile Museum is one of the most significant landmarks of Kuala Lumpur today. It was designed by the British architect Arthur Charles Norman in 1905. Construction was finished in 1917. The building became the New Central Railway Office until 1984, when the High Court moved in. After much renovation and restoration, the National Textile Museum moved in in 2010.

Heavy traffic made an exact rephotography very difficult.

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