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Scott and Kitman at A-Ma Temple

A-Ma Temple dates from the 15th Century. The temple already existed before the city of Macao was established.

In fact, the name "Macao" derived from the phonetic Chinese "A-Ma-Gau," which means "Bay of A-Ma," referring to A-Ma Temple.

A-Ma Temple consists of the Gate Pavillion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guayyin, and Zhengjiao Canlin (a Buddist pavilion), each forming a small part of the well-ordered complex which sits perfect harmony with the natural environment.

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Date Time : 2007:03:06 14:55:29

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