This salmon-red church is one of Melaka's iconic heritage buildings found at Dutch Square.
The architecture is classic colonial Dutch and the bricks were imported all the way from the Netherlands -- no easy task in the 1740s.
Originally a Dutch Reformed Church, when the British took over Melaka they converted it to an Anglican church and it remains so through till today.
You can go inside when there isn't a prayer service (usually on Sundays), but photography is only allowed of the exterior.
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