There are 132 Declared Monuments in Hong Kong, ranging from ancient rock carvings to ancestral halls to colonial light houses and gas lamps. How many have you been to?
There's lots of old buildings in the villages around Ping Shan near Yuen Long, no long hike is needed to explore, the starting point is minutes away from Ping Shan train station.
In 1892, 14 British pillar boxes were installed in Hong Kong and until the handover in 1997 thousands more serviced the territory. 59 with royal insignia remain in everyday use.
There's a few generations of street signs around in Hong Kong and for one reason or another they don't all get replaced when a new standard comes out.
Between Stubbs Road and the Happy Valley racecourse, there's around 10,000 graves beginning in 1842.
Stones last longer than fences, look out for these city and military boundary stones still around in Hong Kong.
When plots of land were first sold off they were identified with stone markers. Most of them were discarded but some can still be seen built into buildings and walls.
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