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Old is fading and reduced into the background.

Old is fading and reduced into the background.

Old is fading and reduced into the background.

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  • Image © 2007 gp yee

In a society that holds development and modernising as key in its success. Old traditions and heritage are fading and maybe disappearing as shown in the picture as the Esplanade Theaters took over key functions and importance from the old Victoria Theater.

The sharp pointed shades also shows that modernisation is threatening to pierce and destroy our heritage.

Published on 7/29/07

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Beautiful photo

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