Macau, a Hilly City

2 04 2014

The fact that Macau was very hilly very much reminded me of Lisbon, Portugal.

 

The facade of St. Paul's Cathedral perched on a hilltop.

The facade of St. Paul’s Cathedral perched on a hilltop.

Looking down the hill from St. Paul's.

Looking down the hill from St. Paul’s.

 

In the surrounding neighborhood.

In the surrounding neighborhood.

 

Ditto.

Ditto.

The old red light district, now a very charming street.

The old red light district, now a very charming street.

The street that leads to St. Augustine's Church.

The street that leads to St. Augustine’s Church.

Ditto.

Ditto.

 

The wall adjacent to St. Augustine's Church.

The wall adjacent to St. Augustine’s Church.

The way leading down from St. Augutine's Church.

The way leading down from St. Augutine’s Church.

 

 

Random hilly street.

Random hilly street.

 

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You can see how things get slanted. ^^

 

More of the hill.

More of the hill.


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5 04 2014
Jody and Ken

Looks like a charming Mediterranean city. Ken

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5 04 2014
Ayako Mathies

It does, doesn’t it, if it weren’t for the Chinese characters.

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