Gangdingqian came to the front of Gangdingqian in Macao, which belongs to the historic urban area of Macao. Basically, the front of the Gangdingqian was surrounded by four distinctive buildings. They are : St. Joseph's Monastery and Church, Peter V Theatre, Ho Dong Library and St. Austin Church. Apart from sitting in a chair and enjoying the historic city of Macau, they can also have a short rest. The Theatre of Peter V is commonly known as the Gangding Theatre, also known as the Ma Jiao Theatre, Gangdingbo Tower. Gangding Theatre was listed as part of Macao's historic city in 2005 as a World Heritage Site. On the other side of the Gangding Theatre is the Church of St. Austin, commonly known as the Longsong Temple, the Longshu Temple and the Gangding Temple. St. Austin Hall was included in the World Heritage List as part of Macau's historic urban area in 2005. On the other side of St. Austin's Church are St. Joseph's Monastery and Church, which won the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Protection Award in 2001. St. Joseph's Monastery and Church became part of Macau's historic city in 2005 and were included in the World Heritage List. Next to St. Joseph's Monastery and the Church is the Ho Dong Library, a public library located in the front of the hill of the Macao Special Administrative Region. He Dong Library was listed as part of Macao's historic city in 2005 as a World Heritage Site. In front of the top of the hill, you can walk from the meeting room about 10 minutes away. There is no commercial atmosphere here, only a strong historical flavor. In addition to rest here, you can also feel the beauty of four different architectural histories at the same time. Open time - "all-day open mode of transportation - "take any car that can reach the new road (such as 3A, 10) to get off at the new road, along the road next to the Civil Affairs Department, you can go straight to the front of the Gangding #
Located in Fengshun District of Macao Peninsula, Gangding Front has a superior geographical position and a small area, but it has a rich cultural and religious landscape. To the north, you can reach the front of the conference hall, Sanba and other places. It's not far from here. After checking the information below, the front is the meaning of the square. In fact, I think the front of the hilltop and the front of the conference hall are similar to a crossroads or transit stations. Expanding from these two places, we can basically visit the main scenic spots of the Macao Peninsula, which are very dense. There are St. Joseph's Monastery Building and Temple, Gangding Theatre, He Dong Library, Mage Temple and other scenic spots around the hilltop, which are worth seeing. The front of the hill is paved with Portuguese gray, white and yellow colored stones in a wave pattern, as if walking through Europe. The buildings around the square also give people visual enjoyment, a yellow and green landscape, feeling very small and fresh. St. Joseph's monastery building, the church and the hilltop theatre are mainly green. The Hodong Library and the St. Austin Church are mainly soft yellow with harmonious and elegant colors. Each building has its own characteristics.
Both the front of the conference hall and the front of the hill are small scenic spots, but I prefer the front of the hill. There is the first Western-style theatre in China, the hilltop theatre, the East Library, the Church of St. Austin and St. Joseph's Cathedral. The key is that there are not many tourists here. Yellow churches, green theatres, European street lights on both sides of the road look particularly amorous.
The so-called front ground of the hilltop can be understood as a small square, located on the top of the slope. The ground is covered with gray, white and yellow colored stones. The shape of the waves is very beautiful. It is surrounded by European-style buildings and looks around as if it is on the streets of Europe. The most famous buildings are the Gangding Theatre, the Hodong Library and the St. Austin Church, which are worth visiting. I'm tired of shopping, but I can have a rest in the hilltop coffee beside the square.
It is a collection of several historic buildings - "the Hodong Library, the Gangding Theatre, the St. Austin Church, the St. Joseph Monastery Building and the Church, all closely linked. But only the first two are open. St. Austin's Church is under maintenance and is suspended. St. Joseph's Abbey and the Church are closed to tourists.
The high-rise buildings on both sides of the hilltop are mostly old people's residences, giving people a sense of vicissitudes of life. The high roof is covered by thick green branches and leaves of the vegetation in the sky. The sunshine shines leisurely in the cracks of the leaves. The long and narrow inclined lanes are quiet. There are few pedestrians, with Western-style green street lights standing on both sides, subtropical plants showing fragrance on the shoulders of street lamps, and peach-red petals hanging. Vertical, slightly trembling, like the flower scarf of a girl in the streets of Paris, charming.
It is composed of St. Austin Church, Gangding Theatre and Hedong Library. It is similar to a small square. It has a Portuguese architectural style. It always feels that Macao is not as crowded as Hong Kong, and that the Chinese-Western architectural style and authentic Portuguese delicacy are more worthwhile than Hong Kong.