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If you want to see a rare example of a Baroque church in Asia, make sure to include a stop at St. Joseph's Church during visits to Macau World Heritage. Built by the Jesuits in 1758, St. Joseph's Church is just a stone's throw distance...More
The Treasure of Sacred Art of St. Joseph's Seminary is the latest museum opening in Macau. Here you can view a collection of mostly 18th to early 20th century religious artefacts, a nice complement to visiting the St. Joseph's Church located at the same complex....More
I found it to be the best Church of Macau. Huge, Spectacular, Marvelous and excellently built Church. The lightings, idols, architecture, paintings, ceilings, etc are worth to see.
The entrance of the Church is not available from St. Augustine Square, but it is from Sanbaziheng...More
St. Joseph's Church is the third stop along the Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) sponsored 'Crossroads of China and Portugal' walking route which includes some of the best historic Portuguese and Chinese buildings in the Historic City Centre of Macau.
The walking route starts at...More
I think I am blessed by god that god bring me to this place. This place is peaceful, unlike the crowded casino. I can quietly to study in this place. But I do not study. I looking for the structure of the church. No long...More
On the winding way from Leal Senado to the Mandarin’s House, we stepped, by chance and out of curiosity, through the open gate to the Seminario de S. Jose, leading to an impressive flight of granite steps and the façade of a beautiful baroque church....More
Usually I don't like to go there unless it's necessary . The security guy was very weird . Very friendly, I'm not sure is it because not many people go to the church , the people work there looks like not get used to other...More
One of Macau's more attractive churches to visit is St. Joseph's Church located behind St. Augustine Square and down a side street, Rua do Seminario, from St. Lawrence Church.
Here you will find a rare example of Baroque style architecture, blended with the traditional Portuguese...More