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“Operational Catholic Church”

St. Dominic's Church
Ranked #28 of 259 things to do in Macau
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

This Domenican order old Portuguese church is still operating and visitors will need to respect certain things if you are to visit eg take off hats etc. If you go up the stairs to the higher floors you are able to see a number of religious artifacts that the church has preserved.

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Reviewed 4 April 2018

Actually, this area is too touristy, so much people crossing around that makes photobombs, so you must came early for the best shot. Surrounded by shops & cafes this area is the perfect place to visit. Walks from Senado Square, arrived in this place, get some walks & you will reach Ruins of St. Paul & Monte Fort.

Thank ermezmee
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Reviewed 17 March 2018

St. Dominic church was built in a mixture of European and local Macanese features in its design. The church's high altar features a statue of the Maria and Child as the centrepiece and is flanked by two statues. Two antique chandeliers hanging from the high ceiling as the ornament of the altar area. Light yellow wall colour dominates the church interior nuance. Location is near the other main attractions at Macau Centre, close to the famous Largo do Senado and Ruin of St Paul’s, A beautiful old style church, quiet and solemn place unless you wrongly come in the same time with big group of tourists, worth to visit while you explore the city centre area. It is free entry but donation is encouraged.

Thank santo t
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

It is call 玫瑰堂. You may go inside for visit. It is located behind Senado Square. The famous Ginger Milk shop YiShun is just next to the shop beside this church.

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Reviewed 10 March 2018

Lots of pictures were being taken outside, but the inside is worth a visit too. One should remember though that it is a place of worship

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