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Reviews about Hong Kong Museum of History

紫韵吖

5/5
Reviewed on 18 Nov 2017

The museum is rich in unearthed cultural relics and has a clearer understanding of some customs. Too many old customs and cultures are familiar with the home side, see the introduction of traditional festivals, just in the neighboring villages of the family is holding the 10-year peace and purity of bamboo!! _________

Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Museum of History
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