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N 2 B 2.2K C 9 E Aug 14, 2005 F Aug 14, 2005
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On Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail. It is the first walled village along the trail. Lo Wai is a village enclosed by brick walls on four sides.

Tags:   hongkong New Territories Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Buildings Declared Monuments ringexcellence Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail Fanling

N 14 B 1.2K C 18 E Aug 14, 2005 F May 25, 2016
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Built in the early 16th century, it is a three-hall building. The central chamber houses the soul tablets of the ancestors. The chamber to the left is dedicated to the ancestors who had made significant contributions to the clan or those who achieved high ranks in the imperial court. The chamber to the right is for the righteous members of the clan.

Tags:   hongkong Declared Monuments Heritage Buildings Fanling New Territories Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail 粉嶺 龍躍頭 松嶺鄧公祠 Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall

N 2 B 978 C 7 E Aug 14, 2005 F Aug 14, 2005
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Built during the reign of Qianlong (1736-1795). A pair of chained-ring iron gates were installed at the main entrance with a red sandstone sign engraved with the two characters "Wat Chung" denoting the flourishing growth of spring onions.

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N 2 B 1.2K C 5 E Aug 14, 2005 F Aug 14, 2005
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For the Kun Lung Wai.

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N 4 B 1.3K C 6 E Aug 14, 2005 F Aug 13, 2005
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Also known as San Wai, and was built in 1744. Four watchtowers were constructed at the four corners of the enclosing walls. A pair of chained-ring iron gates were installed at the front entrance.

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