Structures with Neo-Moorish or Mughal style of engineering were worked at the turn of the twentieth century by the pioneer power, Great Britain. While the vast majority of the structures with such design are in Dataran Merdeka, there are some in Chinatown, for example, the Jamek Mosque and in Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, for example, the KTM railroad station and the KTM Administration Office. Renowned structures in the neo-Moorish style incorporates Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Court of Appeals and the old Kuala Lumpur High Court. Every one of the structures notice before are inside the Dataran Merdeka region. Different structures with Moorish design are Bandaraya Theater, InfoKraft (Textile Museum), Kuala Lumpur Memorial Library, National History Museum and the old Sessions and Magistrates Courts before it was moved to Jalan Duta.