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King's College
63A Bonham Road

Tracing its roots back to Saiyingpun School, which was founded in 1879 in Third Street, King’s College was built from 1923 to 1926 and officially opened in 1928. Constructed in red brick with east, south and north wings and a main entrance featuring a circular porch with Ionic columns, the building originally housed 29 classrooms, a staff common room, a museum, a library, a swimming pool and a gymnasium, etc. Severely damaged during the Japanese occupation, the school was refurbished and then reopened in 1950. The east, south and north wings together with parts of the school’s retaining walls and boundary walls were declared a monument in 2011.

* This building is not open to the public

King’s College
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