Found right in the heart of Senado Square of Macau, St. Domingo's Church, additionally St. Dominic's Church, was built by three Spanish Dominican ministers in 1587 for worshiping Our Lady of the Rosary. It was renovated in 1828 and was extended to the substantial scale that it speaks to today. This congregation was set on the World Heritage List in July 2005, what's more, in that capacity likewise turned into the 31st world legacy site of China. The congregation has three corridors: the profound and wide principle lobby is isolated from the body of the congregation by a strong block constructed curve. Its chapiter is separated into three layers from upper to lower and every layer is divided from entryway and window by segments of various styles. The highest point of the congregation is made out of triangular blades. This is Baroque style of seventeenth century houses of worship which was impacted by both Portuguese and Spanish styles.