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The Pooi To Middle School’s primary and kindergarten section was originally a three-story neoclassical building constructed between 1910 and 1920. The school was originally named Pooi To Women’s

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  The Macau Government Headquarters, formerly Governor’s Palace, has been the official office of the Chief Executive of Macau since 1999. Built in 1849 by architect Tomás de Aquino for Alexandrino

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 Built in 1848, Rua Central (Central Street) connects the busy Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro (San Ma Lou) to the Rua de São Lourenço and Travessa do Paiva, at the back

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Over 40 years has passed between these two photographs of Camões Square (Praça de Luís de Camões). The square at Saint Anthony’s Parish, which faces St. Anthony’s Church, was

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The A-Ma Temple is a temple to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. The temple is located in São Lourenço Parish, in an area known as the Barra District. Built

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The Lai Chi Vun shipyard was part of Macau’s industrial heritage, existing for centuries, focusing on building fishing vessels for the neighboring regions. The SAR’s shipbuilding industry was said

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  Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge is a dual-lane two-way bridge connecting the Macau Peninsula around Ferreira do Amaral Square to the island of Taipa at the northern slope of Taipa

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Built back in the 1920s, the Octagonal Pavilion Library was the first Chinese library in Macau, and also the first public library. It was built with funds raised by

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Located at the highest point of Guia Hill, next to the Guia Lighthouse, a mast is used for hoisting typhoon signals to warn the public about the severity of

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Designed and built at the beginning of the 1960s by Alfred Victor Jorge Alvares, a Portuguese architect based in Hong Kong, Hotel Estoril was opened on November 15,

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The Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, commonly known by its Chinese “short name” San Ma Lo (New Road), is the main avenue in the heart of the Peninsula.

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Photo credit: Pedro Castro Silva, 1994 The first formal border crossing between Macau and China was built in 1573. After several modifications and repairs, it finally gave way to

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The Cathedral of the Nativity of Our Lady, better known in Portuguese as Catedral Sé, was originally built in 1576 as a small wooden chapel. In 1623, it

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A trip down memory lane. This historical photo was taken  during the 1970s and shows how Rua do Tarrafeiro has changed. The street was given its

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