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Until recently, Macau was an independent city-state nation originally set up by Portugal for trade with China. Near the turn of the millennium it changed hands and is now part of China, though it has retained a certain amount of autonomy, at least temporarily. It now is most famous for its casinos.
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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Asia
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Keywords:Asia, China, Macau, Portugese, city, country