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Igreja de São Domingos (St. Dominic's Church)

Igreja de São Domingos (St. Dominic's Church) Review

The cream-and-white interior of one of Macau's most beautiful churches takes on a heavenly golden glow when illuminated for services. St. Dominic's was originally a convent founded by Spanish Dominican friars in 1587. In 1822 China's first Portuguese newspaper, The China Bee, was published here, and the church became a repository for sacred art in 1834 when convents were banned in Portugal. Admission to all churches and temples is free, though donations are suggested.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Largo de São Domingos, Downtown, Macau
  • Phone: No phone
  • Hours: Daily 8–6
  • Location: Downtown Macau
Updated: 01-20-2013

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