Located in George Town, the Street of Harmony is one of the oldest streets in Penang, representing the confluence of different cultures. The street houses four different places of worship - a church (St. George’s Church), a Taoist temple (Goddess of Mercy Temple), a Hindu Temple (Sri Mariamman Temple) and a mosque (Kapitan Keling Mosque).
Street of Harmony is one of the oldest streets in Penang and was named after the president of Great Britain, William Pitt the Younger in 1786. It started to take shape when people from different origins came to Penang to seek shelter during a war and eventually settled there and preserved their cultural identity. At the street, one can also find a display of art which depicts the lifestyle of inhabitants of Pitt during the colonial era.
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