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Largo Do Senado

From the central fountain and swirling floor tiles, this square is a real taste of what else lies within the UNESCO protected city. Around the edges the square is laced with European buildings featuring shuttered windows, Portuguese tiles and colonnades.
Leal Senado

Leal Senado

This is one of the finest buildings in Largo do Senado. Inside the public library has 15th and 16th Century books and wooden carvings and there is an ornate senate chamber.
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São Domingo’s (st Dominic’s)

At the northern end of Largo do Senado is this superb 16th Century Baroque church said to be the most beautiful in Macau. Make sure not to miss the small museum in the back that tells the history of the church.
Basilica of St Paul (são Paulo)

Basilica of St Paul (são Paulo)

A short walk from Largo do Senado along cobbled lanes is the broad stone staircase leading to the beautiful ruins of St Paul. The original 1602 church was destroyed by fire in 1835 but is still considered a symbol of Macau. The crypt and nave house a religious museum.
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Fortaleza Do Monte

The 17th Century fortress features old ramparts with huge canons looking out over the city. It is a historical military establishment from when Macau was a Portuguese colony.
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Museu de Macau

Museu de Macau houses an excellent collection that outlines the traditions, culture and habits of the Macanese. Here you will find 2,100 m² of exhibition space, so make sure not to be in a rush when you visit.
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Guia Fortress

The Guia Fortress lies on the highest, steepest hilltop in Macau, so use the cable car if you want to save your legs. There are great views of Macau from here and the excellent 17th Century Guia Fortress complex to explore containing underground bunkers, a 91m tall lighthouse and chapel with elaborate frescoes.
Macau Tower

Macau Tower

This 338m edifice is the 10th highest in the world and the place for views of Macau. In the tower you can find a restaurant, shopping malls, theatres, and the amazing sky walk. Do you dare to bungee jump?
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