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Central and Western Heritage Trail

Western District and the Peak Route
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Boundary Stone of City of Victoria
Hatton Road, about 400 m from its start at Kotewall Road

The Hong Kong government erected several boundary stones in 1903 to mark the limits of the City of Victoria. Measuring 98 cm in height, tapered at the top and with the inscription ‘City Boundary 1903’, this one on Hatton Road is similar to its fellows but still in its original location. As the city’s boundaries were clearly defined by ordinance, these stones were more just physical markers, but are now historical relics. The other remaining boundary stones can be found on Bowen Road, Wong Nai Chung Road, Old Peak Road, Pok Fu Lam Road and Victoria Road.

Boundary Stone of City of Victoria
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