Christian Macau

Macau 2013

The plaque below says it all:

Macau 2013

Macau 2013

Stairs lead down the hill away from the remnants of St. Paul’s through narrow streets and emerge in Senado Square. Halfway between the two is St. Dominic’s (Roman Catholic) church, the oldest in Macau and listed as one of the 29 sites that form the Historic Centre of Macau, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Facade of St. Dominic's church.

Facade of St. Dominic’s church.

Two interior views, without and with parishioners.

Macau 2013

Macau 2013

Next Macau post: A Buddhist temple.

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5 comments on “Christian Macau

  1. […] far from the Christian centre of Macau was this charming neighbourhood Buddhist […]

  2. […] The photo above gives some idea of the tourist traffic in and around St. Paul’s facade. […]

  3. What beautiful churches. Such tall ceilings.

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