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Blue House, and other colorful buildings Hong Kong

Blue House (Chinese: 藍屋), in the background, is a 4-storey balcony-type tenement block located at 72-74A Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China. It is named after the brilliant blue colour painted on its external walls. It is one of the few remaining examples of tong lau of the balcony type in Hong Kong and is listed as Grade I historic building.
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There are bus stations near the Blue House, but it's not too far either from the tramway, a nice way to discover Hong Kong.
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06:02 18:49
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22°16'27.918" N 114°10'26.016" E

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  • Philip Scott
  • Darren McVeigh
  • Michael Keil
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Thank you Nicolas Hoizey for creating this photo spot and Frank Dietrich for improving it with additional photos or content.
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