Situated right in the heart of Senado Square of Macau, St. Domingo's Church was built by the Spanish Dominican friars who adored St. Domingo and Lady Fatima - a Portuguese goddess in the mid 17th century. St. Domingo's cathedral was renovated in 1828 and prolonged to the large size that it symbolizes today. This lure was located on the World Heritage List in July 2005, and as such also became the 31st world heritage site of China. The church was built in Baroque style of seventeenth century minster which was influenced by both Portuguese and Spanish styles. The Festival of Lady Fatima's figurine itinerant the streets from this church on May 13th every year.