The cast-iron balustrades along the main hall's verandah and new building wing have floral patterns which hark back to Greek antiquity, while the ground floor of the main building is laid with original tiles that were in fashion during the early 1900
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The architecture of the Alsagoff Arab School exudes a strong Dutch East Indies influence, with its baroque gable and a building that reflects the international outlook of the Yemeni-Arab trading community. The school's name is depicted in Roman and Arabic script.
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PHOTO: DIOS VINCOY JR FOR THE STRAITS TIMES