Estrada de Coelho do Amaral

  Estrada de Coelho do Amaral that begins at Estrada do Repouso in the south and ends at Avenida do Coronel Mesquita in the north is one of the thoroughfares of the downtown areas of the Macao Peninsula. In 1869, it was officially named after José Rodrigues Coelho do Amaral, who was the governor of the Portuguese administration of Macao during that time.
  The former office building of the Fire Services Bureau stands at the intersection of Estrada de Coelho do Amaral and Estrada do Repouso. The construction of the structure began in 1920 and was completed in 1923 under the design of Chan Kun Pui. It is classified as a building of architectonic value and the Fire Services Museum located inside the structure was officially inaugurated in 1999.
   The Chok Lam Temple that was converted from a Taoist temple in 1911 is located at the mid-section of Estrada de Coelho do Amaral. The headquarters of the Christian Sheun Tao Church lies at the intersection of Avenida de Horta e Costa and Estrada de Coelho do Amaral.

Estrada de Coelho do Amaral