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Vasco da Gama Garden

vasco-de-gama

The Vasco da Gama Garden and the Vitoria Garden were both created at the end of the 19th centruy. Both gardens were designed by Augusto Cesar d’Abrue Nune. The gardens used to be part of Avenida Vasco da Gama, a long avenue built in 1898 but demolished in 1935. The avenue was built to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of teh fleet of Vasco da Gama to India.

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19 Attractions in the San Lazaro District

St Lazarus 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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