This week I am showing you a photo of the fountain at historical Stadthuys Square (also known as the Dutch Square or the Red Square) in historical Malacca (Melaka) in Malaysia. The fountain was built in 1901 by the British to commemorate Diamond Jubilee (of what I don’t know). The fountain is named Queen Victoria’s Fountain.
In the background stands Christ Church in Malaca. I had featured the church in my photo blog last year. Here’s the link.