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Old Protestant Cemetery

Praca Luis de Camoes, Macau, China
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Cool Find!

We were wandering around Macau near the St. Anthony's Chapel and we ran across this old protestant... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2017
JaCoby-Jennifer M
Clearfield, Utah
Interesting to see...

Interesting to see this space in Macau -- not easy to get to from the main attractions in the city... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2016
Matt D
Sugar Grove, North Carolina
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13 May 2017
“Cool Find!”
16 Oct 2016
“Interesting to see...”
Praca Luis de Camoes, Macau, China
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Reviewed 14 May 2017

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. Plan for a 15 minute visit. Most...More

Thank JaCoby-Jennifer M
Reviewed 17 October 2016

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 some of the inscriptions on the...More

Thank Matt D
Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

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.

1  Thank honestgab
Reviewed 4 May 2016

The beautiful final resting place of many foreigners in Macau; a peaceful respite in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Macau.

1  Thank Boise_Jax
Reviewed 11 December 2015

aside from the dead, we were the only ones there on the day we visited...small cemetery dating back to the 18th Century which gives you some idea of the many people who must have passed through macau from foreign lands with the majority meeting an...More

1  Thank sallychicago
Reviewed 14 September 2015

Tucked away behind walls and a closed church, this is a consecrated place well worth a visit ifor anyone interested in the history of Macau. Check out in particular the children's graves on the upper terrace.

1  Thank Snewc78
Reviewed 5 September 2015

Next to the Luis Camoes garden and the Casa Garden so easy to look into, but it's small and not much of a sanctuary, especially with the lack of seating.

Thank mrdom
Reviewed 1 July 2014

The Old Protestant Cemetery is in the historic district of old Macau, and there is a small, white chapel on the grounds, and the cemetery itself lies below. The graves themselves are from individuals from many countries, and the oldest ones are from the late...More

1  Thank Ironclad35
Reviewed 25 October 2013

Visiting historical places in Macau, we had time for only one final place to visit and we picked Morrison's Chapel and the Protestant Cemetery. What a wonderful choice getting away from the hustle bustle of Macau during the Golden Week. The cemetery was one of...More

1  Thank mjail5
Reviewed 13 September 2013

The Old Protestant Cemetery is found on Camoes Square along with fellow World Heritage attractions, Casa Garden, St. Anthony's church and the non-World Heritage Camoes Garden and Grotto. It is a nice inclusion to the Macau World Heritage collection, being the location where you can...More

2  Thank BradJill
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