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How to Know Hong Kong and Macau

Roberto Ignacio Diaz, Dominic Cheung, Ana Paulina Lee, Authors

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Senado Square Finds Its Siblings in Guangzhou

The Senado Square is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Historic Centre of Macau".Therefore, it is viewed as a symbolic space of Macau and attracts thousands of tourists each year.However, could you ever imagine that place as representative of and as special to Macau as Senado Square could possibly find its siblings somewhere else in the world? For example, in its neighbouring city?

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