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|The Hong Kong Stadium on Hong Kong Island, seating around 40.000 spectators, is where the "Hong Kong Sevens" rugby tournament is held annually.||09/11/2005||466|
|Plane going to Hong Kong Over the Hong Kong Bay||02/13/2010||316|
|The unique egg-shaped dome rendered the 8000-square-metre museum to be one of the most famous landmarks in Hong Kong.|
Hong Kong Space Museum has two thematic exhibition halls: the Hall of Space Science and the Hall of Astronomy on the ground and first floors respectively.
|Flying over the mountains to the south to Hong Kong Airport||02/13/2010||371|
|This was taken from the top deck of a cruise ship in the exact place as the one in the SAT photo...I suppose there aren't lots of extra huge slips in Hong Kong Harbor...lol||01/06/2006||704|
|Station map of the Mass Trans Railway of Hong Kong 1st Version||06/25/2006||1,684|
|The HarbourSide (255m/837f, 75 stories, 2003), also part of the Union Square complex.|
The building is in fact three towers in one, which makes it one of the widest skyscrapers in the world.
It's also one of Hong Kong's and China's tallest residential buildings.
|Plane just taking off Hong Kong||02/13/2010||284|
|Includes locations, pictures, additional links of all Hong Kong camp sitse in country parks.||07/09/2006||1,144|
|One of the world´s leading hotels, the Peninsula is located in Hong Kong´s Kowloon District. Spectacular lobby (not visible on GE unfortunately :-) )|
There are 2 heli-pads on the roof.
|Plane over Hong Kong Bay||02/13/2010||342|
|These are some sights of Hong Kong.[If you can give me the Lat-Lons of some more sights and there names please leave them as a comment and if you want your screen name in the next version]||10/12/2005||871|