Also known as the “bazaar temple”, Hong Kung Miu is a Chinese-style temple located at Cinco de Outubro Street. Its story is 200 years old–it was constructed in 1860 and still remains intact–and a local legend tells that the structure was built when a wooden statue of general Hong Kung hit what was the then seashore. The neighboring residents then built a sanctuary where now the temple is. There were two of these structures dedicated to the marshal, but only one is left; the other one was located nearby Kun Iam Temple.
Hong Kung Miu
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- Rua de Cinco de Outubro, Macau
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