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St. Dominic's Church, Macau

(3.9/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary, St. Dominic's Church represents a baroque-style church constructed in the late 16th century. The church was initially built with wooden planks for structure, but as the years went by and funding was available, the original planks were replace with quality timber. Be aware that only ten people are allowed up to the bell tower at a time. Because the church sits along Macau’s heritage trail, it can get crowded, so be prepared to share the space with others. To visit St. Dominic's Church on your holiday in Macau, and find out what else Macau has to offer, use our Macau tourist route planner.
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  • It's located in this neighborhood, just a small, European-style old (?) Cathedral. It's located in the historical and cultural district, as long as it makes sense. If you dare to eat some barley water status access to a foreign country because he appears to be no doc. There are some relatively compared to the crowds elsewhere. The hill top is attract as much as he shut the stroller.
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  • 澳門還是超級多人信仰基督教的所以到了週日的時候去教堂會有很多人去做禮拜的。當時挑了一個週日的早上去可是已經很多人了,適合去體驗下基督教的氣氛和歷史吧 
  • My sister and I were not able to enter the church which is very famous with its grand interior because when we went there it was undergoing renovation. But locals told us that when it is open, many vi...  more »
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  • Not to be mistaken for St Paul's church. This one has a rather plain exterior and interior. The views are quite nice but not outstanding considering the alternatives. Give this a miss unless you've already hired a driver and you're on your way into the city after seeing A-Ma temple.
  • Despite all the tourists with selfie sticks hitting you in the head, this is quite a site.
  • Nice piece of architecture ! avoid going in public holidays or you'll get hit by one of the hundreds selfie stick around the place.
  • Just ruin.
  • Wrong Label. St. Paul Ruin is not here. It is St.Lawrence's Church