Macao is a tiny ex-Portuguese enclave, 35 miles west of Hong Kong across the Pearl River delta. The fortresses, churches and food of its former colonial master Portugal speak to a uniquely Mediterranean style on the China coast. The peninsula and the islands of Coloane and Taipa constitute a colorful palette of pastels and ordered greenery. The Portuguese influence is everywhere: cobbled back streets, baroque churches, stone fortresses, Art Deco buildings and restful parks and gardens. It's a unique fusion of East and West that have been recognized by UNESCO, which in 2005 named 30 buildings and squares collectively as the Historic Centre of Macao World Heritage Site.
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