Beautiful spot with examples of Portuguese architecture surrounding a central fountain. Worth a visit
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Theres a wide selection of shops and restaurants within the area. We visited Macau on a weekend so the place is so jam-packed with foreign and local tourists. I enjoyed walking around the area despite the huge crowd.
Even though we had read up on it, we were little underwhelmed by the Senado Square. Yes the pattern of the tiles is beautiful, the buildings that surround it are quaint and pretty but the sheer number of people made it not quite the heritage...More
The most iconic site in Macau, a Chinese city with typically Portuguese architecture, namely the Holy House of Misericordia, founded in 1583, or the Church of St. Dominic, founded in 1587.
This place very crowded, many store along the street. The structure building are unique. Same place with ruins of St.Paul's.