The Leal Senado building in Macau isn’t quite as iconic as the ruins of the church of São Paulo, but it comes close. The square in front of it is perhaps more famous.
Senado Square in Macau as seen from a window on the upper floor of the Leal Senado building, 2014.
The building itself is a handsome Portuguese baroque-style edifice. Nowadays a busy thoroughfare runs directly in front of it, which you have to cross to get to the square, and vice-versa.