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Macau Attractions

A-Ma Temple of Macau Also Known as Barra Temple

The Macau A-Ma temple was built in the 15th century, also called Barra Temple,
is situated halfway up the western slope of Barra Hill. consists of the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the
Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao
Chanlin (a Buddhist pavilion), each forming a small part of the well-ordered
complex which sits in perfect harmony with the natural environment.

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Museum of Antique Electronics & Phonographs

Antique Electronics – On exhibit in the Museum is a collection of over 200 antique gramophones, old-fashioned wooden telephones and old models of radios which bore witness to a few hundred years of history and development of sound equipment and electronic appliances.

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Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro Walking Tour

Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro walking tour. The best place to set out on a walk is from the central square, Largo do Senado, where the Tourist Office can provide brochures with details on the sights you will see on these suggested tours.

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Victory Garden: Why the Dutch Lost in Macau

Victory Garden – Just built at the end of 19th century but today covers 0.19 hectares. Originally had a beautiful fountain now located in the flora garden designed by Augusto Cesar d’Abreu Nunes as part of the Avenida Vasco da Gama pedestal monument. The garden commemorates the defeat of the Dutch. This is the site where the cannon hit the Dutch ammunition.

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19 Attractions in the San Lazaro District

St. Lazarus Parish (Port. Freguesia de São Lázaro) is an east-central region of Macau Peninsula. It is the smallest sub-district. It is surrounded by Our Lady Fatima Parish, St. Anthony Parish, and Cathedral Parish. One-third of its region is covered by Guia Hill (Portuguese: Colina da Guia). The south is a commercial district, central common residential district, north and east are high-rise buildings. Only 3% of factories in Macau are here.

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