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Sir Robert Ho Tung Library, Macau
(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • When I was a child, I always go to Sir Robert Ho Tung Library. I always go there to lend a computer to watch cartoon or watch comic book. Then when I become a high school student, I always study with ...  more »
  • This place is often used by my high school years because my school and my friends live nearby. I will go to Biblioteca Sir Robert Ho Tung with friends until now. And I go to Biblioteca Sir Robert Ho T...  more »
  • The original millionaire Robert Ho Tong of Hong Kong S.A.R. is Mr. Villa, is now the largest library in the Macau S.A.R.. Standing beside the Church of St. Augustine and St. Joseph monastery. You can relax, because no other tourists.
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  • The building structure is nice... Had a great time doing my studies over there...
  • Bigger than it looks from the facade, the back end is completely modernised having a ceiling to floor glass window over 3 floors. Reminds me of the Birkbeck Library in London . I was fortunate that they had a small exhibition on maps of the world and Macaus place in it. Its also next to St Augustine square so might as well come in if you like peace and quiet.
  • The Holy Mary sculpture , located next to the Ho Tung Library, is colored, but not too bright and you can she don't wear shoes, it was because Western thought that─saint must be dressed up plain. You can see the sculpture, mainly is white, that was another Western concept─white represent pure and sacred. Notice the expression on her face, she is smiling and looks kindly. She also opens her arms just like welcome to everyone. Everything shows that she is a kind person and hopefully affect others to make them kindly.
  • One of the Macau World Heritage. Beautiful place and good library.
  • 很適合逛累了來這裡休息並感受書卷味