St. Dominic’s Church
Located right in the heart of Macau’s city square, St. Dominic’s Church was constructed by three Spanish Dominican priests in 1587. It was refurbished in 1828 and was expanded to the size it is today. The bell tower was transformed into a museum, the Museum of Sacred Art, that features more than 300 artifacts. This church was placed on the World Heritage List in July 2005, and became the 31st world heritage site of China.