A view of the Grotto of Camoens with a pavilion on top of the rock. It is named after a Portuguese poet who is said to have composed his Lusiade there. The bay and distant hills are also included in the scene.
|Author / Creator||Unknown|
|Format||1 print : woodcut, hand col. ; image 7 x 10 cm.|
|HKBU Library collection||Derwent Collection|
|Keyword(s)||Camoens Grotto (白鴿巢公園) Macau Parks|
|Library record||View the record in HKBU library catalogue|
Cite this image as: "View of Camoes Grotto, Macau", in Hong Kong Baptist University Library Art Collections, accessed 23/03/2323, https://bcc.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/artcollection/derwent-dc1-49.