Camões Garden, Macau

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The 18th-century Camões Garden is a public park on the northwestern waterfront in Macau. The Portuguese owner of the garden built a grotto around a bust of the Portuguese national poet, Luís de Camões. Among walkways and flowering trees, other attractions include a Chinese pavilion and a fountain sculpture symbolizing China’s relationship with Portugal. Open 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

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The 18th-century Camões Garden is a public park on the northwestern waterfront in Macau. The Portuguese owner of the garden built a grotto around a bust of the Portuguese national poet, Luís de Camões. Among walkways and flowering trees, other attractions include a Chinese pavilion and a fountain sculpture symbolizing China’s relationship with Portugal. Open 6 a.m.-10 p.m.