Largo de Senado
This is the main Portuguese heritage sight with a traditional-style pavement as well as buildings and restaurants. Nearby you can find other significant sights such as the famous Saint Paul’s church façade, a UNESCO World Heritage site and Macau's most famous landmark. The church was built by an Italian Jesuit in the early 17th century. A fire in 1835 severely damaged the structure of which only the facade remains.Located behind the famous ruins is the Na Tcha Temple, constructed in 1888. Both a Buddhist and Taoist temple, At 8.4 by 4.5 meters, its one of the smallest in Macau.