Church of St Anthony
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Church of St Anthony information
Next to the roundabout outside Casa Garden, St Anthony's, built from 1558 to 1608, is one of Macau's oldest churches, and the Jesuits' earliest headquarters. The local Portuguese used to hold wedding ceremonies here, hence the church’s name in Cantonese: Fa Vong Tong (Church of Flowers).