Blue Mosque on Victoria Street in Singapore

In March Veronica Peek of Melbourne, Australia wrote to inform us that the image in rug above (and others like it) is the Malabar Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, on Victoria Street in Singapore. It appears the image is not the Flinder’s Street Train Station in Melbourne, AU as Max Allen suggested, nor the Sultan Hussein Shrine as I suggested. Yesterday, RN wrote with the same assertion.

My primary goal in founding was to create exactly this sort of dialogue. So, although I stand corrected, I appreciate the dialogue tremendously. Please keep the corrections coming…

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About Kevin

Kevin Sudeith is an artist and the creator and curator of the war rug collection seen on Beginning as (and remaining) a collector, he began selling war rugs to learn as much as possible about the rugs. Later he sold what he calls "regular rugs" to better study rugs and their historical origins. Sudeith learned how war rugs related to traditional Afghan tribal and workshop rugs as well as the broader Turkmen and Persian rug traditions.