The Ruins of St. Paul's is one of the signature landmarks of Macau. It used to be the front wall of St. Paul's Church before it was burned down. Visiting the Ruins of St. Paul's, you should closely observe the exquisite reliefs on the walls in addition to appreciating the breathtaking front facade. Underneath the Ruins of St. Paul, there is a Catholic Art Museum and a burial chamber. The museum houses precious Catholic paintings and sculptures, all carefully selected from various churches in Macau.
its my second time to travel in macao and macao never fails me..They have very Cheap shoes, dress and deliciuos food
Sanba is a must-come attraction in Macau. It's like a sign of Macau. So even if it's not a holiday, people are surrounded by many shops, no matter what the business is super good. Sasa Zhuoyue has many prescriptions to buy things. It's quite convenient. But in fact, I would suggest that after visiting these places, you can turn around more. I think it's around. Many roads have special features hidden in the deep alleys of the food is worth a try. I like to roam around the streets and see the interested exhibition halls. I like to see the interesting food and go to sit in Macao. What I love is that the atmosphere of the streets and the city is old and old, but it is not at all contrary to and blends in the right place. You will feel like back. When I went to Macau, I saw her changes and felt her ups and downs.
Visited this beautiful spot in Macau, the culture and history specially the appreciation of the catholic faith remains in this beautiful place. i will surely come back next time
when you go to Ruins of Saint Paul,you have to pass this landmark,,Senado Square from tis about 10 to 15 mins walk to the Ruins of Saint Paul.nice view of Macau.
ruins of st.PAUL macau.. one of beutiful spots to visits the broken church was awesome enjoy the view and taking pictures with it
9.3, the global day of anti-French victory, because the Venetians, after reading the military parade afternoon, did not find a free car to refute, so they went taxi outside the West Wing Hall, 81 yuan Macau coins, get off to see the dense crowd, see the Dasanba archway, row a lot of photos, go to the Nagao Temple, go to the Macau Museum, eat curry fish balls under the archway. Niu Za, ha ha ha ha, one day, perfect
you dont get to miss visiting these most popular church in macau. almost all tourist come here just to see it and take many pictures with the family.
Ruins of a once great church now lays barren. the amazing craftmanship of this landmark definitely deserves a visit.
Really nice place to visit in Macau. A lot of tourist and forigners as well. During daytime it can be too much crowded but in the evening can be nice place to drink a beer woth frinds sitting on the steirs.There is museum and fortres nearby so it’s covenient for visiting.
Dasanba Archway is one of the best scenic spots in Macau. From rainy Hong Kong, it's rare to open your eyes. Father Sun shows his face and the scenery is full of praise. We arrived early and appreciated her beauty before the tourists crossed the river like crucian carp! Next to the archway of Dasanba, there is a Naju temple. It stands so quietly beside the archway of Dasanba. Few people ask about it and it is almost forgotten. But against the background of the ancient mottled wall and the famous Dasanba archway beside it, the historical relics of the combination of Chinese and Western wall give people a wonderful feeling.