Macau Government Headquarters – The formerly Governor’s Palace in Macau

Built in 1849 by Tomás de Aquino, architect, for Alexandrino Antonio de Melo, 1st Baron do Cercal, the two story pink façade structure is one of the historic properties preserving Portuguese influence in Macau and located on Avenida da Praia Grande, in the St. Lawrence Parish.

The edifice and interior architecture is distinctly European, the building contains many Chinese wooden furniture and attractive ceramics / Image source

Macau Government Headquarters building used Pombaline style imported from Portugal and popular in the 18th to mid 19th Century. The office is the former residence of the Governor of Macau. Most of the interior is updated with modern features, but some original features have remained. The headquarters houses conference rooms and a pressroom.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Contact Us