The building of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Edinburgh Place, Hong Kong, China 
  • The building of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Hong Kong, Prince of Wales or a building - it is one of the city's skyscrapers, where the headquarters of the British garrison.

    The building has 28 floors, its height is 113 meters. It stands in the city's harbor and stands out, and its unusual shape is nicknamed "inverted bottle of gin." Indeed, the house looks like a box connected to a narrow jumper with a wide base. This architecture - not a whim builders. She has quite a functional purpose - to reduce losses in the event of a terrorist attack.

    The building was built in 1979 and originally named in honor of the Prince of Wales. The inscription on his honor even after the transfer of the building of the People's Liberation Army of China has so far failed to remove completely.
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