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Largo da Sé 大堂前地-聖母聖誕堂廣場
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大堂前地(葡文Largo da Sé;俗稱大廟頂),是聖母聖誕堂(俗稱大堂)前的廣場,位於澳門南灣一小山崗上。可由大堂街通新馬路並與龍嵩街相連,大堂斜巷通南灣大馬路,主敎巷和大堂巷通板樟堂街,板樟堂巷通議事亭前地。在昔日澳門,大堂與前地位於南灣岸邊的山崗上。前地旁的聖母聖誕堂(即大堂)為天主教澳門教區的主教座堂。現前地已鋪了充滿南歐風情的黑白色石塊磚塊,建有一噴水池與石十字架。該石十字架在數年前曾被颱風所毀。2005年,大堂與大堂前地同被列為世界文化遺產「澳門歷史城區」的一部份。圣母圣诞主教座堂(葡萄牙语:Catedral Igreja da Sé,通称主教座堂;俗称大堂),是天主教澳门教区的主教座堂。位于澳门大堂前地,建立于1576年以前,其建筑为澳板樟堂街從議事亭前地往前走就會經過板樟堂街,看來是蠻熱鬧的商店街,熟悉的The Body Shop也出現在這裡。繼續往前走就可到達板樟堂前地,玫瑰聖母堂就在

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送信日: 18/04/2013
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