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Boundary Stone of City of Victoria
On Hatton Road, about 400m from its start at Kotewall Road

The Hong Kong government erected some boundary stones in 1903 to mark the limits of the City of Victoria. This one on Hatton Road about 400m from its start at Kotewall Road is still in its original location. It is similar to the others with its height measuring 98cm, tapered at the top and with the inscription “City Boundary 1903”. Since the city boundary is clearly defined in the Ordinance, these stones therefore have no legal significance except as physical markers and now as historical relics. The other existing boundary stones are located 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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