Among the many churches in Macau, the Rose Hall is the most beautiful one. Its exterior is yellow and the main tone of the room is yellow. This church was founded in the 16th century by the Spanish church of Santo Domingo. It was originally a wooden church. It was called the Banyan Hall by the local Chinese. It was changed to a masonry structure in the 17th century. During the period, it was experienced by fire. The scale. The
Rose Hall is dedicated to the Catholic Virgin Mary.
There are probably too many churches in Macau. There are not many churches who pray in the church. Even in the golden tourist area, it is difficult to see the influx of large-scale tourists. Of course, when I go, it is neither a weekend nor a holiday. Perhaps it is not such a scene in a major festival. The history of the
Rose Hall is quite legendary. First, an anti-Portuguese officer was killed in Mass in 1644. The church was later used as a horse shed, military camp, and office for some time.
Such a delicate church is used as a horse shed, it is difficult to imagine the picture at the time. There is a small exhibition hall next to the
church, which is a treasure house of the Rose Hall, showing many artifacts of the Macao parish.
The Rose Hall is called the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary and the Church of Santo Domingo. It is located in front of the Chamber of Deputies and is only about 10 minutes walk from the famous tourist attraction, the Ruins of St. Paul. The open space in front of the church is almost always crowded. The church has a history of more than 400 years. The church was built in 1587 by the Spanish Church of Santo Domingo, enshrined in the Our Lady of the Rosary, and was taken over by the Portuguese priests the following year. Since it was originally built only from wooden boards, it was called the Banyan Hall by the Chinese, and it was changed to a masonry structure in the 17th century. It was burned down by fire in 1874, and it was now rebuilt after the rebuilding.
The appearance of the church is bright yellow, with white, both dignified and atmospheric. Free for visitors, be careful not to shout loudly and dress properly. The interior of the church is magnificent and its altar of Baroque architecture is elegant and refined.
And a trip to Macau, you can also take a trip to the museum. On the edge of the Rose Hall is a "treasure of sacred objects." The three-storey treasure house features artifacts from the Catholic Church of Macau, including the oil painting St. Augustine and the woodcarving "The Tied Christ".
There are two bronze clocks on the third floor, which is the oldest in Macau. Because of the age
I enjoyed seeing this church and exploring the interior though I didn't see the actual church part just the two floors of museum - The main church part was closed for construction or renovation. Gorgeous vibrant yellow fascade right in the heart of the historic district. Free to look around the museum, nice insight into Macau's history and culture.
On the way to the Ruins of St. Paul's, there will be a creamy Baroque Catholic church, the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, which has a history of more than 400 years. Some of the remains of Spanish religious art can be seen from inside and outside the church. By
Near the ruins of St Paul’s you will be able to find The Santa Maria Del Fiore church. The church is called The Lady of the Rosary as well as Santa Maria Del Rosario. Dating all the way back to 1929 the Catholic diocese of Macau has allowed the shrine of Our Lady of Fatima to be worshiped in the Hall of the Rosary by its many disciples. Every year during the afternoon of May 13th, they hold a grand iconostasis. It is one of the places in Macau that you must visit when there. There you will encounter many different festival activities that you will enjoy as you take them in.