Sung Wong Toi

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Coordinates: 22°19′29.35″N 114°11′21.54″E / 22.3248194°N 114.1893167°E / 22.3248194; 114.1893167

Sung Wong Toi
before 1943
in 2006

Sung Wong Toi (Chinese: 宋王臺) is a historic relic in Hong Kong.[1] It is now in the Sung Wong Toi Garden.

There was a legend that Sung Wong Toi was built to remember the Emperor Duanzong of Song and his younger brother. It was because they had once escaped to Hong Kong.

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  1. 春秋 (in Chinese). 春秋半月刊社. 1984. {{cite journal}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)