List of Grade II historic buildings in Hong Kong

List of Grade II historic buildings in Hong Kong

Grade II historic buildings are those of special merit in Hong Kong. Efforts are required to preserve the building selectively [ [ Antiquities and Monuments Office: The definitions of gradings of historical buildings] ] .

Central and Western District

Kowloon City District

* King George V School, Tin Kwong Road, Ho Man Tin
* Kwun Yum Temple, Station Lane, Hung Hom
* St. Teresa's Church, Prince Edward Road, Kowloon City
* Sun Hok Building of Bethel Mission of China, Grampian Road, Kowloon City

Kwun Tong District

* Sam Shan Kwok Wong Temple, near Ping Shek Estate, Kwun Tong Road, Ngau Chi Wan
* Tin Hau Temple, in Ma Wan Tsuen, Lei Yue Mun (Kowloon)

=North District=

ee also

* Declared monuments of Hong Kong
* List of Grade I historic buildings in Hong Kong
* List of Grade III historic buildings in Hong Kong


* [ List of Graded Historic Buildings in Hong Kong (as at 10 May 2007)]

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