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Recent Archaeological Discoveries

Relics Found at the Works Site in Mongkok, Kowloon
Sha Ha, Sai Kung
Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Tuen Mun
Tung Wai Tsai North, Ma Wan
Wun Yiu Kiln Site, Tai Po

* For other archaeological discoveries in Hong Kong, please refer to the section of Archaeological Research Reports or visit the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre for more details.



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