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St. Dominic's Church, Macau

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.6/5 based on 600+ 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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  • Go back to Senado square a little bit and European missions of yellow. And the appearance is different from white solemn sq.ft. Just outside is very hot and humid here is the historic church, you won't feel wonder and heat. And then again, I turned fan. But such worship location is very quiet and good mood. There just to watch, but cannot sit in a seat in the heart is washed and then also.
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  • For the most part on the first floor of the Cathedral, but the danger of taking photos, but the upstairs exhibits. Check out the upstairs drinking even take pictures
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  • Many people along the way to st Paul Ruins,,the historic places,,many foods to taste different pasalubong that u can choose from ,, 
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