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This church is located in front of Camoes Gardens and is sometimes known as Fa Vong Tong (church of flowers). The original bamboo church was built 100 years before the stone church (1638) which commemorates the patron saint of Catholic marriages, St. Anthony. Mass is...More
St. Anthony's is one of three World Heritage attractions along with the Protestant Cemetery and Casa Garden situated at Camoes Square north of the Ruins of St. Paul's. Its one of six churches that are included in Macau World Heritage.
Originally built around 1560, St....More
Many who visit the St Paul's ruins would return after clicking snaps at the ruins but unless one could continue further for another 300 metres you would come to this beautiful church which is dedicated to the Miracle saint, St Antony. The church is beside...More
This Jesuit-founded church dates back to 1560, although the present-day structure is from 1875. It is quite interesting aesthetically as the exterior is covered on a grainy Shanghai plaster, giving it a grey/slate appearance. It has a neo-classical facade and a Baroque interior. The well...More
St. Anthony's is a Catholic church and UNESCO World Heritage attraction located just across from Camoes Garden. Is a less frequently visited area of the Historic Centre of Macau, where you can escape crowd of Ruins of St. Paul. One of the oldest Churches in...More
I knew from St. anthony church in the book called Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, Chinese will call it the "faa wong tong", it is because there are many Catholics will hold there wedding here, and this street (flowers Street) are a lot of many...More
This church is one of the oldest churches in Macau. It is really good to see a big church in the middle of the main Macau. It is just opposite the Camoes Garden. I would recommend this for tourists only if you stay nearby or...More