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Conservation areas in Singapore

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Conservation areas in Singapore

Conservation areas of Singapore are built-up areas in Singapore accorded protection from unauthorised destruction or alterations by law. There are presently 94 such areas, involving about 7,091 buildings across the city.

List of conservation areas

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