Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong

Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong is a government office in . Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong is situated in , close to .

Notable Places in the Area

Building
is a 78-storey, 374 m skyscraper completed in August 1992 at 18 Harbour Road, in on in . Photo: Baycrest, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Public building
The is a skyscraper located in , . is situated 190 metres west of Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong. Photo: Exploringlife, CC BY-SA 4.0.

University
The is a provider of tertiary education in . is situated 440 metres west of Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong. Photo: Chong Fat, Public domain.

Square
The is an open area in , . is situated 470 metres north of Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Wan Chai is a metropolitan area situated at the western part of the on the northern shore of , in Hong Kong. Photo: PierreSelim, CC BY 4.0.

Neighborhood
is an area and the location of a former hill between and , on in .

Locality
is a former island of , off East Point in . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 2.0.

Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong

Latitude
22.2801° or 22° 16' 48.2" north
Longitude
114.1736° or 114° 10' 25.1" east
Open Location Code
7PJP75JF+2F
Open­Street­Map ID
node 4192666991
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Also Known As

  • Chinese: 意大利駐香港總領事館
  • English: Consulate General of Republic of Italy in Hong Kong
  • Italian: Consolato Generale d'Italia Hong Kong
  • Italian: Consolato Generale de Repubblica d'Italia a Hong Kong
  • 意大利駐香港總領事館 Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong

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