Sam Kai Vui Kun

Sam Kai Vui Kun, known also as Kuan Tai Temple, (Chinese: 三街會館) is located in front of St. Dominic’s Market Complex, near Senado Square in , Macau, China.[1] The temple was built in 1750.[2]

Sam Kai Vui Kun
三街會館
Sam Kai Vui Kun Temple.JPG
Location
Location, Macau, China
Architecture
TypeTemple

Kuan Tai (Chinese: 關帝) is the Anglicized spelling of Lord Guan, an important general during the Three Kingdoms period in China, being now honored and worshiped in Taoism, Confucianism and Chinese Buddhism.

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In 2005, the temple became one of the designated sites of the Historic Centre of Macau enlisted on UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Coordinates: 22°11′38.4″N 113°32′21.6″E / 22.194000°N 113.539333°E / 22.194000; 113.539333