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Kg. Hulu Mosque and Kg. Kling Mosque, They look alike BUT located at different locations in Malacca 冯京当马凉，此清真寺非彼清真寺，马六甲Kg.Ulu清真寺, 制作极限片小心给弄错了。
Pos Malaysia issued a set of stamps commemorating the 750th anniversary of Malacca, one of the stamps featured a famous mosque namely Kampung Hulu Mosque. Some had realised maximum cards of the Mosque with a common postcard readily available in the streets of Malacca. The said postcard features a mosque of the similar architecture of the same color scheme, the name of the mosque on the postcard is Kg. Kling Mosque.
There exists a distinct difference between the 2 mosques and it can be easily be spotted by the Pagoda like minaret by the sides of the respective mosque.
Kg. Ulu Mosque
Kampung Hulu mosque built in 1728 AD is said to be the oldest mosque in Malaysia still maintaining its original building and site. The mosque is situated north of Jalan Tukang Emas, also known as "Harmony Street" because of its proximity to the Sri Payyatha Viyanagar Moorthi Temple and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple.
Kampung Kling MosqueKampung Kling Mosque in Malacca is one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia. It was built in 1748. This mosque is located at the junction between Jalan Lekiu and Jalan Tukang Emas.
Do you see the difference, and have you realised the correct Maximum Card ?