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St. Dominic's Church, Macau

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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. Use our Macau trip maker site to add St. Dominic's Church and other attractions to your Macau vacation plans.
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  • This Catholic Church was one of the stops on our day trip to Macau. The church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and construction was completed in 1587. The exterior is a bright yellow and white... 
    This Catholic Church was one of the stops on our day trip to Macau. The church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and construction was completed in 1587. The exterior is a bright yellow and white...  more »
  • To be honest, the facade does not look very appealing, and worse still, you'd think it is under massive construction, which is true to some extent. BUt there is a rather lovely museum inside, (free... 
    To be honest, the facade does not look very appealing, and worse still, you'd think it is under massive construction, which is true to some extent. BUt there is a rather lovely museum inside, (free...  more »
  • The inside of St. Dominic’s Church enabled us to escape the tourist crowds that had no interest in the cultural sights. Four floors of the church was displaying old Catholic artifacts that one would....  more
    The inside of St. Dominic’s Church enabled us to escape the tourist crowds that had no interest in the cultural sights. Four floors of the church was displaying old Catholic artifacts that one would....  more »
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  • Gorgeous place to go to Mass and pray the Rosary. This Church was one of the first Churches in Macau and in China almost 500 years ago. 😍 It is also connected to a Religious museum that has over 300 holy relics!😍✝️🎉
  • Flashbacks to a different era when walking around this part of town.
  • A very old church that is located within walking distance from St Paul Ruins, with a rich history and interesting architecture. They also have a small museum near the back of their church with Christian paintings and artwork. Worth a visit since its free, but you can consider donating if you want to. Church grounds is open to public except on Sundays I think.
  • Well preserved Catholic Church in Macau. The next destination to visit right after the St. Paul ruins. Further away is the Senado Sqaure. Lots of shops area the area to do your shopping.
  • A beautiful church in the busy street near Da San Ba. Sometime got FOC performance or concert, visitors of this area can take a rest to enjoy the nice music.

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