Classified Immovable Properties

    MM021-Hong Chan Kuan Temple(Bazaar Temple)



    Location: Macao

    Category: Monuments

    Introduction: Largo do Bazar

    Legend has it that the residents found a wooden statue of Marshal Hong Gong floating near the shore where the temple now stands, so they built a shrine to worship him. Later, a temple was constructed in 1860 and is also dedicated to the God Hung Seng, the Monkey King, Buddha and Hua Tuo (God of Medicine).


    Architectural characteristics:

    The temple displays southern Chinese architectural characteristics. A courtyard is designed to unite the main elements of the temple and on the roof there are coloured pottery sculptures for decoration.



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