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Victory Garden, Macau

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  • Victory Garden is a small public square on Avenida de Sidonio Pais a few minutes past Flores Garden. This is a minor attraction and something interesting for history buffs and those who enjoy monument...  more »
  • Small park located approximately 3 minutes walk from Matsuyama ropeway climbing gear turret. Towards the left to police station, right next to the junior high school. There is stone monument in the Center, by the famous architect of Portugal said.  Interesting description of the Park are marked and the whys and wherefores of the Park, it is a small park, the street-and were impressed by the strange. This Park was built in 1871 in Macau S.A.R. cultural heritage in the Park won the Portugal in the Netherlands in 1622, Macau S.A.R. ruled it until things to commemorate the historic. Further down the street from here go to the Vasco da Gama Park.
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  • Victory Garden (Jardim da Vitoria) is a public space located just northeast of Tap Seac Square along busy Avenida de Sidonio Pais. You can find this small park when walking over to Flores Garden and the Guia Hill Cable Car terminus. The park is mainly for residential use and is generally of little interest from a tourism perspective. However, there is an important monument here for those interested in military, maritime and/or the Portuguese colonial history of Macau. This is the Victory Monument which commemorates the Portuguese victory of Holland in the famous Battle of Macau in 1622. This Battle of Macau saw the vastly outnumbered Portuguese repel Dutch invasion in their three day defence of the colonial settlement and trading post. Interestingly, this battle is noted as the only major battle fought by European nations upon Chinese soil. The Victory Monument was erected at Victory Park in in 1877. Unfortunately, it isn't considered a major point of interest when it comes to modern day tourism in Macau so you won't find much information regarding this landmark when researching your visit. However, it is an interesting thing to see for those with a taste for history and lesser known attractions. You can make a quick pass by if intending to spend time in the St. Lazarus district of Macau. It is very near to Tap Seac Square, Lou Lim Ieok Garden and the Dr. Sun Yat Sin Museum and worth 5-10 minutes of your time.
  • Small nice park marking the defeating of the Dutch
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