Grand Prix Museum- the home of vast collection of automobiles
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There are many museums across the world with each housing various collections of artifacts and world art. There are those that care for different art works but in the same roof and there are those that are specialized in only one type of world art. The Grand Prix Museum is one of the museums in the world that deals in conserving a specific type of world art: automobile. This museum in Macau, China is one of the world most preferred museum for tourist who want to see some of the oldest automobiles in the world. The museum was officially opened in 1993, November, at 40th Macau Grand Prix. The name of the museum is from the race that takes place in Macau, China, every year in November. If you are an automobile enthusiast or you just want to learn about the various types of vehicles, motorcycles among other automobiles, then this is the places to visit. This museum also provides a good opportunity for tourists to learn of the great racers and the vehicles used.

Macau Mosque and Cemetery
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Located in the Southern coast of China, Macau Mosque and Cemetery is a landmark and a tourist attraction that consists of Macau Muslim cemetery,Islamic Association of Macau headquarters,a badminton court,ablution place and the Macau mosque. Built in the early 1980s and renovated in 2007,the Macau Mosque is believed to have been built by Muslims, some who were from Goa and Mumbai and at the time serving in the Portuguese army. The intention of the renovation was so as to accommodate more worshipers. Its size is about 6.5 meters X 12 meters. The cemetery, with graves some of which are more than a century old, is the final resting home for some of the Muslims from different origins. At the entrance to Macau Mosque and cemetery is a gate which came as a donation way back in 1973 from Halima binti Sheik.

This great mosque attracts audience mostly on Sundays when they are not working or during Islamic related festivities, for instance during Eid al-Adha ( the second major festival in Islam) where cows are slaughtered at Macau Slaughter House for sacrifice. Besides that, prayers are held five times daily while Jumma prayers are held in the mosque every Friday at 1.30 pm.

Most tourists coming to Macau cannot fail to pass by 4 Ramal Dos Mo where Macau mosque and cemetery is located. This is because besides the mosque and the cemetery, it overlooks Macau outer Harbour Ferry Terminal which is not one of those places you can just pass by without having a look at. Zona do Nordeste station of Macau LRT will be serving Macau Mosque and Cemetery in Future in as far as transportation is concerned. Therefore if one loves history and adventure, this is one place that one can visit as it is rich in that and more.

Macau Mosque and Cemetery

China is a country with a lot of offerings and plenty of places for tourists to visit. However, touring this country can never be complete without making sparing time to visit the Macau Wine Museum. This is due to the fact that it has a lot to offer- for wine enthusiasts and teetotalers alike. WIDE VARIETY OF WINE The museum holds a wide variety of predominantly Portuguese wine dating as far back as 1815. This provides visitors with an insight on all these types as well as their histories and regions of origin.

WINE TASTING The museum provides visitors with the chance to tease their taste buds with some of the over 1000 types of wines on display throughout the exhibitions in the museum. GRAND DISPLAYS AND TOURS With 1500 square feet of floor space, the museum has a grand display of wine bottles; winery equipment, and barrels. These are in addition to the various informative aids such as videos and maps that make a visit to this museum a truly memorable experience.

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