The University of Hong Kong at Pokfulam was established in 1911 and was officially opened in the following year. It is the oldest tertiary education institution in Hong Kong.
Many buildings on the campus of The University of Hong Kong are declared monuments or rated historic buildings. Of them, the Main Building completed in 1912 is the oldest structure. Classical in style, the well-proportioned, 3-storey red-brick Main Building is supported by granite columns of the Ionic order. It is designed symmetrically around the central axis of the clock tower featuring pairs of turrets at both ends of the principal façade . The Exterior of the Main Building was declared a monument in 1984.
Other monuments in the campus include the Exterior of Hung Hing Ying Building, the Exterior of Eliot Hall, the Exterior of Tang Chi Ngong Building, the Exterior of May Hall, the Exterior of Fung Ping Shan Building (now the University Museum and Art Gallery) and the Exterior of University Hall (now a male student dormitory).
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