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Murray House, Hong Kong

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Murray House is a Victorian-era building in Stanley, Hong Kong. Built in the present-day business district of Central in 1844 as officers' quarters of the Murray Barracks, the building was moved to the south of Hong Kong Island during the 2000s.This building has become an iconic landmark in Hong Kong. After housing the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, now in Stanely, it is now home to restaurants and shops.
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  • Murray House was the main government building in Central. Relocated to Stanley at the turn of the century, it is now part of the shopping mall with little to offer.  more »
  • One of the interesting heritage attractions along the Stanley Promenade is the historic Murray House. Originally constructed in 1844 in Central district, this was the old Murray Barracks officers...  more »
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  • The Murray House is the perfect spot for diners who want to enjoy the European flare of Stanley. Like the majority of Stanley's sites. this house is not an original Stanley construction. The old British colonial-style was first built in Central in 1844 at the current site of the Bank of China building, but disassembled in 1982, only to be reassembled in Stanley in 2001 in almost the exact same form. The dining inside takes things to an even more foreign level with high end Spanish German and Vietnamese restaurants serving up anything but local food.
  • Nice historical site. Murray House was a naval barrack relocated from Central to Stanley.
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