Mount Kellett

Mount Kellett (Chinese: 奇力山) is a 501 m high mountain on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.[1] It was likely named for British Royal Navy Vice Admiral Henry Kellett, the captain of HMS Starling in the 19th century.[2]

Mount Kellett, Hong Kong
奇力山
View of Mount Kellett
Highest point
Elevation501 m (1,644 ft)
Coordinates22°15′42.64″N 114°8′54.37″E
Geography
Mount Kellett, Hong Kong
Location of Mount Kellett in Hong Kong
Location Hong Kong

A private hospital Matilda Hospital is located at the foot of Mount Kellett.[3]

See also

References

  1. Man, Kwong Chi; Lun, Tsoi Yiu (2014-07-01). Eastern Fortress: A Military History of Hong Kong, 1840–1970. Hong Kong University Press. ISBN 9789888208708.
  2. Heywood, G. S. P.; Gee, Richard (1993-05-13). Rambles in Hong Kong. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195858167.
  3. Plague, SARS and the Story of Medicine in Hong Kong. Hong Kong University Press. 2006-01-01. ISBN 9789622098053.


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