Area Statues

  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Statue Square, 1A-3 Des Voeux Road Central,
    Central, Hong Kong
  • The name of the area is directly related to the statues of the British royal family, when placed on it. They stood there until the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War II. Now you can only see the monument of Sir Thomas Jackson, banker HSBC.
    It was built in the late XIX century. At first it was only on the bronze statue of Queen Victoria, built to commemorate its anniversary in 1887, as evidenced by the name of the area in Chinese.

    The remaining statues were installed later. For example, the monuments to Prince Albert and Edward VII were added in 1902, a statue of Sir Thomas Jackson - in 1906. All of them have been moved to Japan to be melted. After the war, the statue of Sir Thomas Jackson and Queen Victoria were brought back to Hong Kong. The latter is in Victoria Park.

    From the 1980s to gather in the square Statue Square on Sunday has become a tradition for thousands of Filipino domestic workers. The same thing is happening in Victoria Park.
    • attractions
      • Cultural objects

Sights nearby

Queen Square
Legislative Council of Hong Kong
HSBC Building
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Hong Kong Club building
Former French Mission Building
Skyscraper Chater House
Cheung Kong Center skyscraper
Cheung Kong Park
Jardine House
The building of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Hong Kong
Bank of China Tower Wan Chai
Government House in Hong Kong
Government building
Dr. Lowe Gallery Wan Chai
Flagstaff Museum of Tea Wan Chai
Museum of tea ware Wan Chai
Office complex Lippo Wan Chai
Hong Kong Park Wan Chai
Church of St. Joseph
International Financial Centre
Far East Finance Centre Wan Chai
Zoological and Botanical Gardens in Hong Kong Central District
Driving club "Saydveyz" Central District
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Central District

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