Capela de São Miguel 聖彌額爾小堂(聖味基墳場教堂)
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Capela de São Miguel 聖彌額爾小堂(聖味基墳場教堂)

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(Chapel of St. Michael)地址:西墳馬路聖彌額爾小堂位於環境幽靜的西洋墳場內,此幢小教堂建於1875年,1898年重修,是目前本澳保存得最好的古老建築物之一,其外牆以綠色及白色為主,教堂的窗戶均裝有彩色玻璃。聖彌額爾小堂- 濃厚色所的小教堂聖彌額爾小堂位於環境幽靜的西洋墳場內,這幢小教堂建於1875年,1898年重修,是目前本澳保存得最好的古老建築物之一,其內部漆上綠色及白色,教堂的窗戶均裝有濾色玻璃,極具宗教濃厚色彩。

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