Victoria’s Chinatown

I have lived near Victoria for the past twenty years and never spent over a few minutes wandering through the streets and alleys of Chinatown. Victoria, British Columbia’s Chinatown is the second oldest in North America, only preceded by the large Chinatown in San Francisco. What a feast for the eyes this place is. I only spent about 40 minutes there but came away with lots of interesting photographs and will have to make a return journey when I have a little more time.

A small gallery is at Victoria Chinatown Photos.

Victoria British Columbia Chinatown gates.

Victoria British Columbia Chinatown gates.

Fan Tan Alley, Chinatown, Victoria, British Columbia

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