Kanowit Fort Emma
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- up the mighty Rajang. Arrive in. Kanowit and visit Fort Emma.
- COLONIALISM AND THE BROOKE ADMINISTRATION
- It is actually the third building built by the government, but the first in Kuching.
- Borneo_4pg Brochure
- Kanowit we visit the Brooke Raj Fort Emma, of wooden construction and amazingly surviving intact after I50 years.
- List of Sarawak Historical Sites, Buildings & Monuments
- 11 Mei 2009 Fort Emma (Kubu Emma), Kanowit 1951. Approved on June 2007 to be gazetted as Sarawak cultural heritage under Sarawak.
- Sibu Guide Book 2007
- near the waterfront. The main landmark is Fort Emma, a 19th Century Brooke Era wooden fort.
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- Kanowit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Kanowit is a town and the capital of a district of the same name. Fort Emma is a fort built in 1859 by Rajah James Brooke, out of timber and bamboo.
- Borneotip: Fort Emma
- The only historical site left by the British administration in Kanowit should be Fort Emma. It is located on a small hill overlooking the Kanowit River and the town.
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