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Facade of St Paul’s church from street level, Macau

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Facade of St Pauls church from street level, Macau

Facade of St Pauls church from street level, Macau

The facade of St. Paul’s church from street level, Macau.

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  1. robb says:

    i know this street.
    lovely surroundings.
    thx for sharing this pic.
    it remind me of my visit to macau years ago.

  2. ChinaMatt says:

    I love walking around that area in Macau, but it is really busy. The southern island of Macau was much less crowded–they also have some colonial houses as museums that way (I was surprised how quiet that area was).

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  4. William says:

    Of course, any major street in a Chinese city could be that busy on a normal day.

  5. Gary says:

    It was Christmas day, December 25 when I took the photo.

  6. Julie says:

    sure is alot of people…

    is it always like that? Or is it some kind of celebration…

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