The Macao Museum opened in 1998 and is located on the Persimmon Hill near the Ruins of St. Paul. The museum is three stories high. Two of the museums are built under the platform of the large fort. Only the top floor is converted from the ground building of the original meteorological observatory. The original architectural style and landform features of the large turret were preserved. After visiting the museum, it is a large fort overlooking the city of Macau. The museum displays the history and social changes of Macao. Through the rich exhibits, it records the process of the exchange of Eastern and Western cultures in Macao, harmonious coexistence, and the formation of unique folk culture.
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If you want to understand the historical and cultural customs combining Chinese and western elements in Macau, you cannot miss Macau Museum. Located on the hill of the Fortaleza do Monte, it offers a panoramic view of the city. While the first and second floors are underground, from the third floor you can see the whole city at a glance.
If you want to know more about Macau, how can you miss the Macau Museum? The Macao Museum was on the fortification platform behind the landmark of St. Paul in Macau. It ised to be a military centre. It was not until 1998 that it was changed into a museum. It is a good place to learn about Macau. It takes 15 Australian dollars to go to the museum. Credit cards or Alipay cannot be used here. The museum only accepts payment in cash. There are no toilets in the museum. You can take pictures inside the museum, but be sure not to use the flash.
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