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St. Dominic Square - Macau, Macau
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St. Dominic's Church (Portuguese: Igreja de São Domingos; Chinese: 玫瑰堂), situated in the Largo de São Domingos near Leal Senado, is a Catholic church in the former Portuguese colony of Macau, now a special administrative region of China. The church was built in 1587 by three Spanish Dominican priests, and it was where the first Portuguese newspaper, A Abelha da China (The China Bee), was published on Chinese soil in 1822. The church is now part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Dominic's_Church_(Macau)

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