Mount Cameron (Hong Kong)
|Mount Cameron, Hong Kong|
View of Mount Cameron
|Elevation||439 m (1,440 ft)|
Mount Cameron (Chinese: 金馬倫山) is a 439 m high hill in Hong Kong. Located within the Aberdeen Country Park, it was likely named for Major General William Gordon Cameron, British Army officer and former Administrator of Hong Kong.
A memorial for fallen Japanese soldiers was built during the occupation of Hong Kong. It was later demolished in 1947.
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References [ edit ]
- Shelton, Barrie; Karakiewicz, Justyna; Kvan, Thomas (2013). The Making of Hong Kong: From Vertical to Volumetric. Routledge. ISBN 9781136857638.
- Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department: Aberdeen Country Park
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