The Merlion Park, Singapore

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The Merlion is one of the most wellknown icon of Singapore. It's designed as an emblem for the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in 1964. Originally located at the Merlion Park by the Esplanade Bridge. Today, the Merlion has found a new home just 120 metres away from its original location, adjacent to one Fullerton.
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Latitude: 1° 17' 7" N, Longitude: 103° 51' 13" E see »

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