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Macau Attractions

St Anthony Church (Sao Antonio)

St Anthony Church Macau (Sao Antonio) is consider to be the very first church of Macau; the original church was built in 1588; a stone church was erected in 1638; the present neo-classical church dates back to 1930 and 1950 remodelling.

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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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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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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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St Anthony Church (Sao Antonio)

St Anthony Church Macau (Sao Antonio) is consider to be the very first church of Macau; the original church was built in 1588; a stone church was erected in 1638; the present neo-classical church dates back to 1930 and 1950 remodelling.

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Macau Heritage Travel Guide – City Historic Centre

Macau’s Heritage is founded on the “Historic Centre of Macao”, the product of over 400 years of cultural exchange between the West and China. Mainly architectural and predominantly European, the heritage sites provides a link to the West while being complety asian.

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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.

Read More
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