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Macau Attractions

Lilau Square – Macau Heritage

Lilau Square or in Portuguese Largo do Lilau is situated in the old “Christian quarter” where the Portuguese first settled in Macao. This area is surrounded by Portuguese style buildings and is therefore an area representing Macao’s unique urban style and features.

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St Augustine Square Macau

St Augustine Square is surrounded by many important monuments, including the St. Augustine Church, Agostinho Jesuit residence, Dom Pedro V Theatre, St. Joseph Seminary, Sir Robert Ho Tung Library, and Ricci House.

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Barra Square fronting the Ama Temple in the Inner Harbour

Barra Square – one of the most beautiful shorelines in Macau and Southeast Asia; Starting in the 19th century, the Portuguese constructed many European-style buildings in this area and, with the banyans along the shore, it became one of the most beautiful shorelines in Southeast Asia.

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St Augustine Square Macau

St Augustine Square is surrounded by many important monuments, including the St. Augustine Church, Agostinho Jesuit residence, Dom Pedro V Theatre, St. Joseph Seminary, Sir Robert Ho Tung Library, and Ricci House.

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Cathedral Square Nativity Scene

The Nativity Scene at the Cathedral Square in front of the church. The Cathedral nativity scene sits at the end of the square. But what is the Christmas creche or the Christmas crib? Well, it is an artistic three dimensional depiction of the birth of Jesus Christ in the manger and it is one of the oldest and most favored of all Christmas traditions

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Lilau Square – Macau Heritage

Lilau Square or in Portuguese Largo do Lilau is situated in the old “Christian quarter” where the Portuguese first settled in Macao. This area is surrounded by Portuguese style buildings and is therefore an area representing Macao’s unique urban style and features.

Read More

Barra Square fronting the Ama Temple in the Inner Harbour

Barra Square – one of the most beautiful shorelines in Macau and Southeast Asia; Starting in the 19th century, the Portuguese constructed many European-style buildings in this area and, with the banyans along the shore, it became one of the most beautiful shorelines in Southeast Asia.

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