Thursday, 18 June 2009

Madame Koo's

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Collingwood Street is part of what is called Grainger Town, which is made up of a large number of classically designed streets built by Richard Grainger, a builder and property developer, between 1835 and 1842. Many of these buildings now house bars and restaurants at street level, of which Madame Koo's is the most recent, along what is sometimes called the Diamond Strip.
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  1. Every body who visits this page should know that this is the statue of load buddha and they have used this in a bar to entertain people. I have seen to my eyes when I'm wlaking down the collinwood street that the people are taking pictures with this statue in different poses which are directly insult the buddhism and a greate charactor of buddah.

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  2. S Arosha u r correct they put the buddah photo in the ladies toilet

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