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Atasco de mini-autobuses en Hong Kong, China. (Una pasada!)

Stalls along Temple Street #HongKong    Need to buy menswear? Electronics? Watches? Antiques? Designer knockoffs? Other trinkets? Whatever you want, you’re likely to find it in the bustling stalls of Temple Street Market. Though the stalls set up from 2pm onwards, it’s not until after dark that things get going. Even if you’re not shopping it’s worth a trip for the atmosphere and a dinner-time bowl of noodles.

Stalls along Temple Street #HongKong Need to buy menswear? Electronics? Watches? Antiques? Designer knockoffs? Other trinkets? Whatever you want, you’re likely to find it in the bustling stalls of Temple Street Market. Though the stalls set up from 2pm onwards, it’s not until after dark that things get going. Even if you’re not shopping it’s worth a trip for the atmosphere and a dinner-time bowl of noodles.

Congested streets... longing to be back on Lantau Island - Hong Kong.

Congested streets... longing to be back on Lantau Island - Hong Kong.

Lantau Island, Hong Kong. I went here last year! and climbed those very steps to see the BIIIIG BUDDAH! amazing!

Lantau Island, Hong Kong. I went here last year! and climbed those very steps to see the BIIIIG BUDDAH! amazing!

La arquitectura china puede tomarse como una derivación de la arquitectura india y, sobre todo, del arte greco-budista, desde el siglo I de nuestra era. Los materiales de construcción más utilizados fueron la madera y el ladrillo. Las columnas suelen tener escasa elevación y carecen de capitel. Las techumbres o cubiertas se completan con un alero grande cuyo borde, sobre todo en sus puntas, se encorva hacia arriba. Aunque más ordenada en la ornamentación que la arquitectura india, se usan en…

ARQUITECTURA Características La arquitectura china puede tomarse como una derivación de la arquitectura india y, sobre todo, del ar...

Sanpan en la bahia de Hong Kong.  © Inaki Caperochipi Photography

Sanpan en la bahia de Hong Kong. © Inaki Caperochipi Photography

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