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A-Ma Temple

Introduction

Mazu Temple, commonly known as A-Ma Temple, is the oldest temple in Macau. It was build over five hundred years ago in Ming Dynasty. A-Ma Temple is composed of four shrines where Tin Hau (Goddess of Sea), Ksitigarbha (King of Earth Treasury), Skanda (guardian of Buddhist) and Kun Iam (Bodhisattva Guanyin) are worshipped.

Location: Building No.3, Barra Square


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A-Ma Temple

Mazu Temple, commonly known as A-Ma Temple, is the oldest temple in Macau. It was build over five hundred years ago in Ming Dynasty. A-Ma Temple is composed of four shrines where Tin Hau (Goddess of Sea), Ksitigarbha (King of Earth Treasury), Skanda (guardian of Buddhist) and Kun Iam (Bodhisattva Guanyin) are worshipped.

Location: Building No.3, Barra Square