|Princess Margaret Road|
Ho Man Tin Section of Princess Margaret Road
|Literal meaning||Princess Road|
|Literal meaning||Nanmu Road|
Originally called Nairn Road (楠道) with the English name after a town in Scotland and the Chinese name after the nanmu trees that grew there, the road was renamed to commemorate the 1966 visit to Hong Kong of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.
Princess Margaret Road starts near at Gascoigne Road, runs northward, cutting through the hills between Quarry Hill, No. 12 Hill and Ho Man Tin proper, and reaches the intersection of Argyle Street and Waterloo Road.
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Hong Chong Road
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Princess Margaret Road