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Na Tcha Temple, Macau

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3.4/5 based on 95 reviews on the web
Peacefully sitting side by side with an important Christian monument, the Ruins of St. Paul, Buddhist Na Tcha Temple is an example of Macau's cultural and religious diversity. The temple was built in 1888, making it one of the younger temples in the city. During a plague, this traditional Chinese temple was erected as a dedication to the God Child of War, Na Tcha, as a plea to halt the destruction. You can read about the tale of Na Tcha on the nearby old city wall. Plan to see Na Tcha Temple and other attractions that appeal to you using our Macau trip generator.
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  • After you finish taking photos of Ruins of St. Paul's, turn right to make a short visit at Na Tcha Temple. You could also see Sections of Old City Walls as well. 
  • World Heritage site tucked on the left side of St. Paul's Cathedral and mausoleum. In the atmosphere of China strong shrine and enshrined seems to be boys come out to say na TCHA Goku. Too honestly remember is thin.
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  • 在大三巴旁邊, 是一個超級細小的廟, 在門口都看到全貌了, 只是交通不太方便, 也人太多了, 旁邊的展館有點難留意到. 不過也是很有趣的. 
  • Small temple between two Macau World Heritage site.
  • Or rather small temples and shrines. Unreadable right... is "NA TCHA" tack. It was with the God of the child to protect children, but I didn't even know it is widely known in China. It has been and being taken to the Taoist legends originally came from India, to protect children from the plague. Explore the followed behind, or rather just beside the ruins of St. Paul's. (Although on the back), is also from the NA TCHA Temple ruins to take? It is. Macau S.A.R. famous historical tourist description of English, Portugal, and Chinese and Japanese Japan. Here is description of Japan.
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  • 還有印章可以蓋,有心了
  • 很小,但有博物館
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