2015-10-28 – Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal
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Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal
The Old Supreme Court and now Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal,, which housed the Legislative Council Chambers from 1985 to 2011. It was built on reclaimed land using hundreds of Chinese fir-tree piles as foundations. The building was opened on 15 January 1912 by the Governor, Sir Frederick Lugard. The three-story granite building is neo-classical in style supported by tall ionic columns. The most outstanding feature of the building is the pediment in the center portion which is surmounted by a blind-folded statue of Justice, represented by the Greek goddess Themis.
The Supreme Court is now a declared monument and stands dwarfed and surrounded by many famous modern buildings such as HSBC and Bank of China building. On the north side Chater Street opposite the Supreme court one will find The Cenotaph built in 1923 and still holds annual Remembrance Day ceremonies on the same day as I post this image November 11th each year.
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