Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence - The Qing Period

The Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence (Traditional Chinese: 香港海防博物館) is a museum in Hong Kong, located Lei Yue Mun near Shau Kei Wan on Hong Kong Island. The total area of the museum is 34,200 square metres. An exhibition entitled "600 years of Coastal Defence" is held permanently in the museum. The museum was built as a fort by the British in 1887. It was originally built for coastal defence, especially for the east Victoria Harbour, but nowad...(more)
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Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence - The Qing Period





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The Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence (Traditional Chinese: 香港海防博物館) is a museum in Hong Kong, located Lei Yue Mun near Shau Kei Wan on Hong Kong Island. The total area of the museum is 34,200 square metres. An exhibition entitled "600 years of Coastal Defence" is held permanently in the museum. The museum was built as a fort by the British in 1887. It was originally built for coastal defence, especially for the east Victoria Harbour, but nowadays it is an exhibition centre. Inside there are castle, defence basement, military vehicle and gun display etc.
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