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This is a memorial building to Dr. Sun Yat-sen.
This is a memorial building to Dr. Sun Yat-sen. The house and the farm was where Dr. Sun Yat-sen planned to overthrow the Qing dynasty. It is named after its appearance, red bricks with plastering in red. The two-storey house is a combination of Chinese and Western architecture. Adjacent to the house is a garden commemorating Dr. Sun Yat Sen and is one of a few places in Hong Kong where the Flag of the Republic of China is flown freely.
Qingqing Road, Nanshan, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
It is a relaxing park set amidst an ecological mitigation area
This is a kilometre long trail enabling you to take in the most important buildings in this historical area, including the ancient pagoda of Tsui Shing Lau, the Tang Ancestral Hall and the Kun Ting Study Hall
This is a temple built in 1960 and is one of the best monasteries for visitors to enjoy
Ching Chung Koon is a traditional Taoist temple located in a tranquil setting with well manicured bonsai trees, bamboo and fish-ponds
Castle Peak Monastery, (near Light Rail Tsing Shan Tsuen station) is classed as a Grade I historic building that has been standing for more than 1000 years
Of more historical than practical interest, this tiny walled village was one of the first settlements of the Tang clan, who arrived in Hong Kong in the 12th century and have dominated much of the area ever since
The monastery was founded in 1906 by three monks from Jiangsu province