Travessa da Sé

  Travessa da Sé features a famous cathedral known by locals as "the hall" and "the temple". Since the 17th century, the cathedral and its surrounding areas have been the religious, political, economic and cultural centre of Macao.
  Owing to the unique status of Travessa da Sé, many wealthy Chinese residents in late Qing Dynasty built their mansions, including the renowned Lou Kau Mansion, near the cathedral. The Lou Kau Mansion, also known in Chinese as the "Hall of Gold and Jade" was once the residence of the famous Lou Kau, the Macao’s King of Gambling.

Travessa da Sé