Robinson Road, Hong Kong
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Robinson Road is a road in the Mid-levels, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. In the east, it is connected with the Magazine Gap Road and Garden Road, and in the west with Babington Road and Park Road. The escalator connecting Central to Mid-levels crosses between Mosque Street and Conduit Road, below which Robinson Road runs parallel. It was named after the fifth Governor of Hong Kong, Sir Hercules Robinson. As early as the 1870s, Robinson Road had an enviable reputation, housing the European upper-middle class of its time. The area remains one of the most affluent in Hong Kong.
The Central–Mid-Levels escalator crossing above Robinson Road
|Namesake||Sir Hercules Robinson|
|Length||1.5 km (0.9 mi)|
|Nearest metro station||Central|
Historic Ohel Leah Synagogue is located on the northern side of the western end of the street. Parts of the walls in Robinson Road have been recently declared as protected monuments. These walls are very old with thick roots embedded in them. Robinson Road is largely residential and, in keeping with area, lined with high-rises. There are a number of property agents located along the road.
- "State Theatre in Hong Kong | Support for the proposed Grade 1 Historic Building Status (N46)" page 5 footnote 1. Docomomo to Antiquities Advisory Board Chair. 11 January 2017. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
- "The Struggle for Hong Kong’s Heritage." Royal Geographical Society in Hong Kong. Event listed held 18 February 2016. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
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