Mount Kellett (Chinese: 奇力山) is a 501 m high mountain on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It was likely named for British Royal Navy Vice Admiral Henry Kellett, the captain of HMS Starling in the 19th century.
|Mount Kellett, Hong Kong|
View of Mount Kellett
|Elevation||501 m (1,644 ft)|
Mount Kellett, Hong Kong
Location of Mount Kellett in Hong Kong
A private hospital Matilda Hospital is located at the foot of Mount Kellett.
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