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Old Protestant Cemetery, Macau

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The Old Protestant Cemetery is a cemetery in Macau, China. It located close to the Casa Garden and was established by the British East India Company in 1821 in Portuguese Macau in response to a lack of burial sites for Protestants in the Roman Catholic Portuguese colony.It is the last resting place of the artist George Chinnery, missionaries Robert Morrison and Samuel Dyer (his wife Maria is buried at the Old Protestant Cemetery in Penang), Royal Navy captain Henry John Spencer-Churchill (son of the 5th Duke of Marlborough and great-great-grand-uncle of Winston Churchill) and US Naval Lieutenant Joseph Harod Adams (grandson of the second president of the United States, John Adams, and nephew of the sixth, John Quincy Adams). Humphrey Fleming Senhouse, a captain in the Royal Navy, is also buried here.
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  • We were wandering around Macau near the St. Anthony's Chapel and we ran across this old protestant cemetery. This is a very tiny cemetery, yet it is really cool to check out if you are in the area. Pl...  more »
  • Interesting to see this space in Macau -- not easy to get to from the main attractions in the city, but if you're walking around in the area stop by and spend a few minutes looking around and reading ...  more »
  • This is a very magical place with a spiritual feel. If you are in the area then it's well worth a visit. Especially moving are the children's graves.  more »
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  • Listen to the silent stories of the tombs: lost ships, young commanders, women in love, lords and unknown people. Lost Macau is here, waiting for your.
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  • From a narrow alley next to the ruins of St. Paul Church of St. Antonio, Camoens square. Protestant Cemetery behind the Church of Robert Morrison of Camoens square facing the Catholic Church. Camoens square car Street in the Protestant Cemetery is a very quiet atmosphere. In the Protestant Cemetery in Macau S.A.R.-the first in 1821, was built by the East India Company. the
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  • 特別的墳場 顏色很漂亮
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