The George Hilton Panorama of Hong Kong

Circa 1904

Hong Kong's First Cathedral and St Joseph’s Church

This "feature print" shows the western hills of Hong Kong and in the centre beneath the dense mass of trees is the rebuilt Immaculate Conception Cathedral, the first Roman Catholic cathedral in Hong Kong built in 1843 but destroyed by fire in 1959. This "new" Cathedral was designed by Crawlwey and Company of London and was built in 1883. At the bottom of the print the white exterior of St. Joseph's Church built in 1863 stands out on the hillside, then surrounded by trees its now surrounded by flyovers linking Garden Road with Cotton Tree Drive.

The video below zooms into certain parts of this feature print of the Hong Kong Panorama which shows the vast amount of detail which can’t be seen on the preview picture.

This Feature Print is currently availble in 2 sizes:

20cm x 60cm HK$ 620
30cm x 90cm HK$ 1100


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