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The Fire Services Museum, Macau

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Fire museums, also known as firefighting museums are prevalent throughout the world.
The Old Perth Fire Station in Perth houses the Fire Safety Education Centre and Museum since 1985. The Fire Services Museum of Victoria is in Melbourne.
The Canadian Fire Fighters Museum is in Port Hope, Ontario. The The Fire Fighters Museum is in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Regional Firefighters Interpretation Center is in Nova Scotia.
The Fire Services Museum in Macau opened in 1999.
The Estonian Firefighting Museum in Tallinn was established in 1974.
The Dublin Fire Brigade has a museum in the O'Brien Institute
Taiwan houses two fire museums, which are Fire Safety Museum of Taipei City Fire Department in Taipei and Hsinchu City Fire Museum in Hsinchu City.
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  • Auschwitz, you can say it's a natural capital. Want to think, unexpected the main problem, can be found in the new corner of The Corner of Australia. It is the second time to take a child's visit to Australia, on the same as the children to a visit to the "Fire Museum", so that children can understand the city of Australia, the history of fire fighting. From the early days there was no water, no power, no time, a generation of devices, fire-fighting tools, one by one, with a solution. In addition, this museum is free of charge, line to spicy, into the cold are good.
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  • A large hospital in Macau S.A.R., a free museum that is located on the active fire station in the yellow Big building beside the Mirror Lake Clinic. The fire Department staff of the active service greeted me when I entered. First of all, it is red and a big old fire engine and a tool of a long time. In addition, the photograph etc. of the state of the hat and the fire of the fire extinguisher and officers were exhibited and it was interesting in the interior. I think that it is not necessary to visit the museum on the one floor so much time, so if you stop by, you will get knowledge of Macau S.A.R. fire.
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  • I like stopping by the Fire Service Museum (Museu dos Bombeiros) on Estrada de Coelo do Amaral from time to time, mostly to see the early 20th century Denny fire engines on display. Opening hours are 10am to 6pm daily. The museum (free entry) is found within a historic colonial era building and includes two rooms. The first includes the British made Denny's which were put to use in Macau during the first half of the 20th century. They are in good condition and really neat to see up close. There are also historical Chinese water pump apparatuses which predate the Dennys. These are equally enjoyable to see and learn about. The second room is a showcase of firefighting equipment, gear, clothing and other items that will be of interest to firefighting enthusiasts. Give this room a few minutes to browse as well if you end up at the Fire Services Museum. Note: For those interested in making a visit the Fire Services Museum, it is around 5-6 minute walk northeast of the Ruins of St. Paul. Make sure to have you map of Macau handy so you know exactly where to go. There are some green signs pointing the way but a map will help you get there as quickly as possible. Allow 10-30 minutes for this museum, depending on your level of interest.
  • A very well maintained museum. Good place for the kids and adults alike as very informative. Friendly an helpful staff.
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