Merlion

Merlion is not a real animal. It is an imaginary animal lion head lion. It is designed by the Chinese Singaporean Lin Langxin as a tourist symbol. It is a famous water sculpture in central Singapore and a city in Singapore. The milestones were used until 1997.

Designed by Brunswick Aquarium Brenner in 1964, the Singapore Tourism Board registered the Merlion as a brand in 1966 and in 1971 commissioned the famous sculptor Lin Langxin to create a lion's head and a fish body. The sculpture of the fish tail. At a height of 8.4 meters, the lion's head top is 2.3 meters long, 1.7 meters wide and weighs 40 tons. The sculpture is now in Merlion Park in Singapore.

The design of the Merlion lion's head is based on data from the Malaysian year. In the fourteenth century, a prince of the "Kingdom of the Three Buddhas" named San Nero Udama came to Singapore on the way to Malacca. As soon as he landed, he saw a magical beast, and the follower told him it was a lion. Then he called the island "Singapore", which means "City of the lions" in Sanskrit, and the fish tail symbolizes the beauty of the sea.

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