Monthly Archives: January 2017

Museum of the Holy House of Mercy

holy house of mercy

The Museum of the Holy House of Mercy exhibits pieces that represent the history of the institution and objects of religious art that illustrate the meeting of different cultures. The meeting of different cultures was brought about by the diffusion of Christianity in this part of the world. The most significant item in the Museum is the Commitment of the Holy House of Mercy, hand-written in the year of 1662

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Fatima Church Macau

fatima church macau

Our Lady of Fatima Church was guilt in 1968, thus this is one of Macau’s newest
church. The church serves the people of the industrial Bairro Tamagnini Barbosa in
the north of the city. It stands in a quiet courtyard behind wrought-iron gates.

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Dom Pedro V Theatre

dom pedro theatre

Dom Pedro V Theatre – Macau Tourism and City Guide – Dom Pedro V Theatre was built in 1860. In 1873, the main façade of the building was renovated adopting a more neo-classical touch, including pilasters and a pediment on the main facade.

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Ruins of St Paul College

The Ruins of St Paul (大三巴牌坊) are the remains of the MATER DEI or Mother of God Church built in the early 16th-century in Macau. With its dramatic 66 stone steps rising up to the baroque facade, the ruins of St Paul is definitely Macau’s most famous icon.

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Macau Festivals

Macau Festivals from January to December. Join us in the various festivals and celebrations throughout the year in Macau. You’ll enjoy a cosmopolitan atmosphere and get to taste a world of colors, tastes, events and celebrations. From Christian festivals to Chinese festivals and even the Filipino Pahiyas. Only in Macau.

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