which formerly was ruled by a sitting bronze statue of Queen Victoria. The HSBC, an attractive and contemporary structure located within the square, is the fourth HSBC structure to occupy the location over a span of 150 years. It is a remar... Read more
one of the last colonial structures still standing in Hong Kong. This exquisite and historic structure, which was constructed from Kowloon granite in the neoclassical style to house the Supreme Court, is now the location of the Court of Fin... Read more
a significant historical structure in Hong Kong. The current three-story granite and red brick structure was constructed in 1917 on the site of an earlier residence where Sir Henry Pottinger, the first governor of Hong Kong, lived from 1843... Read more
The only freehold lease in Hong Kong was used to construct this stunning Cathedral, which is shaped like a cross. It hasn't changed much since it was first constructed and is one of the first structures from the British rule to survive. Wit... Read more
The addition of this 800-meter convenience in the 1990s raised the property values of both mid-level homes and the streets that crossed the escalator, resulting in the creation of the new district known as SoHo.
Victoria Prison, formerly a police station, has been restored to its former splendor and expanded with two new building volumes. Public access to its magnificent courtyard space is now available. The former jail cells are still there. Addit... Read more