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Central and Western Heritage Trail

Central Route

Route A | Route B | Route C | [To Other Central and Western Heritage Trail ─ The Sheung Wan Route The Western District & the Peak Route ]



Statue Square

Originally named Royal Square, Statue Square was the first public venue to be built on reclaimed land in the late 19th century. A statue of Queen Victoria was erected here in 1896 to commemorate her Golden Jubilee, but relocated to Victoria Park in Causeway Bay in 1957. The only statue now standing in the square is that of Sir Thomas Jackson, the chief manager of the HSBC Limited in its early years.

A1 Edinburgh Place
A2 Statue Square
A3 The Cenotaph
A4 Old Hong Kong Club Building
A5 Old Supreme Court (Court of Final Appeal)
A6 Old Site of Hong Kong Cricket Club
A7 Old Site of Murray House
A8 Old Site of Murray Parade Ground
A9 Old Site of First City Hall
A10 Former French Mission Building
A11St. John's Cathedral 

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