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Largo do Senado (Senado Square), Macau

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Discover a piece of the Mediterranean in the center of Macau at Largo do Senado (Senado Square). Surrounded by historic structures, the square is located in front of the building that once housed the seat of Portuguese government in Macau. Formerly the place for inauguration ceremonies and parades held for colonial governors, the square now hosts various public events and artistic performances. The surrounding area features an abundance of restaurants, shopping centers, and boutique stores, selling everything from clothes to souvenirs. Take a look at our Macau sightseeing tool to schedule your visit to Largo do Senado (Senado Square) and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Super packed. As though everyone was making a pilgrimage to the ruins. The exrremely thick crowd made shopping tough. the way tp the ruins waa lined with shops 
    Super packed. As though everyone was making a pilgrimage to the ruins. The exrremely thick crowd made shopping tough. the way tp the ruins waa lined with shops  more »
  • Great tourist spot in Macau, many cheap things you can buy from this street. Street foods are the best. My first time in Macau, one of the best vacation I had since I am coming from far part of... 
    Great tourist spot in Macau, many cheap things you can buy from this street. Street foods are the best. My first time in Macau, one of the best vacation I had since I am coming from far part of...  more »
  • In the center of Macau that has a lot of mixed culture in it. This place is not just simply chinese like olace it is a mixture of portuguese architecture and chinese architecture. Place is very nice.....  more
    In the center of Macau that has a lot of mixed culture in it. This place is not just simply chinese like olace it is a mixture of portuguese architecture and chinese architecture. Place is very nice.....  more »
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  • Senado Square For connoisseurs of classic views, Senado Square is very interesting, located in the central area of ​​the Macau peninsula, which in 2005 was officially included in the UNESCO world heritage list. The historical traces in Senado Square are very thick, from the architecture of the building which is dominated by the Portuguese style. There is also the Church of St. Dominic. For photo hunters, the buildings in Senado Square are a pity to miss. The neo-classical buildings mixed with the splendor of modern architecture attract visitors to take pictures. Ceramic floor with a very distinctive motif. There are old buildings painted in pink, yellow and other colors that deserve to be immortalized and a fountain in the middle of the area as a landmark. There is also an ancient The General Post Office building which is still well maintained.
  • Senado Square is a paved town square in Macau also a part of UNESCO Historic Centre of Macau World Heritage Site. Vast majority of the buildings around the square are European styled and many are protected monuments. Beautiful place with shopping option, every corner is picturesque. A Must Visit In Macau !!
  • The sky was just unbelievable when I was there! It looks unreal even now thinking about it. It’s very touristic full of mainland Chinese especially, but the whole district is quite impressive. A Portugese touch in a tiny plot of land, back in the days of early settlement it must have been so unreal. And of course the egg tarte was excellent! A must try, it was delicious :)
  • The Senado Square is a paved town square in Macau, China and part of the UNESCO Historic Centre of Macau World Heritage Site. It is an elongated triangular shaped square and connects Largo do São Domingos at one end and Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro on the other. It covers an area of 3,700 square meters.
  • It is the heart of Macao and the meeting point of locals and tourists. It’s surrounded by many tourist attraction such as Ruin of St.Paul’s, Monte Fort, St.Dominic Church and varieties of shops. If you are travel to Macao, the Senado Square is the good starting point of your journey!

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