Lou Kau Mansion is named after its wealthy owner, Lou Kau, a successful Chinese merchant that owned many imposing buildings throughout Macau. This mansion is one the best of remaining examples of traditional xiguan architecture; its constructed from gray brick, intricate woodwork and has beautiful, shuttered windows. Inside the mansion are three halls, with two courtyards separating them. The mansion is located in a richly historical area of Macau and is close to both Senado Square and Cathedral Square. Call tourist information for opening hours.
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