Hong Kong’s Newly Declared Monuments in Pictures
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Curated by Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre, this photography exhibition documents and introduces three newly declared monuments in Hong Kong.
The Exteriors of Fung Ping Shan Building, Eliot Hall and May Hall have newly been included in the declared monuments of the University of Hong Kong, making up a total of 120 declared monuments in the city.
All of these monuments are places, buildings, sites or structures chosen according to their historic value by the Antiquities Authority. In turn, the monuments are prevented from alterations and thereby conserved for public appreciation and academic investigations.
Photo: Fung Ping Shan Library (now Fung Ping Shan Building) at the East Gate, 1950s, courtesy of the Communications and Public Affairs Office via the University of Hong Kong photo gallery for media.