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Timings : Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
Located in the Southwest of Macau Peninsula on Fung Shun Tang Street overlooking the sea, the St. Lawrence Church is one of the three main oldest and most beautiful churches in Macau. It is also commonly known as Feng Shun Tang, which translates literally to the church of smooth-sailing wind. The towering church was made for paying homage to, and in memory of a Portuguese saint, regarded as the saint of navigation through winds and water named St. Lawrence. After several reconstructions, the St Lawrence's Church stands as a symbol of Mary and depicts the general prayers of the families of sailors by its stories.
Not only is the church rich in history, but it is a low-key architectural marvel given the elaborate work on the doors, the subtle but ever-present grandeur of the decoration, and arrangement of the interiors. It is inspired from the baroque designs and there are 2 entry ways to it - the main front grand staircase or the rear end door - both of which are open to visitors. Beyond the St Lawrence Church is a lush green garden lined with palm trees which is a frequented picnic spot.
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