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Nagore Place Heritage Row




Nagore Place Heritage Row (29 September, 2012)



Nagore Place Heritage Row is a stretch of restored shophouses along Nagore Road, in George Town, Penang. These fourteen shophouses were originally townhouses (meaning the ground floor was used as residential quarters as well).

The Nagore Place Heritage Row was originally designed in the Straits Eclectic style and completed in the early part of the 20th century. These double-storey shophouses has a five-foot way running the length of the row. On the upper level facing the street are three windows which were probably of wooden jalousies, but have been replaced with glass louvres. Pilasters and arches frame the windows.

Since its restoration, the houses of the Nagore Place Heritage Row have been readapted from residential to commercial usage. They house mainly offices and restaurants.

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