This little church was built in 1753 by the Dutch to commemorate their centenary of owning Melaka. It was taken over in 1795 by the British who turned it Anglican and added a weather cock on top. It is plainly decorated inside with white-washed walls. Trisha drivers clog up the road infront, ringing their bells to get your attention. The church is a bit offer sanctuary from the tourist tat.
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