There is a large fort in Macau, built in 1616. It is one of the oldest western-style fortification groups in China. It was built to protect the church's priests from pirates. It was built by the church and later by the Portuguese. The government used military defensive positions and successfully resisted the Dutch invasion in 1662. Macau has never had a war on the mainland, so the fort has become the core of the Macau defense system.
In Macau, although it is a tourist city, it is totally unpopular and buzzing in the mainland tourist cities, and there is no avant-garde in the coastal emerging cities. She is quiet most of the time, just like a lady quietly. Sitting on the shore of the sea, not showing off, not swaying, a sea breeze blowing Buddha, soaring her fragrant fragrance to the Quartet.
The Macau Fort is a place with a very historical story. Like the Ruins of St. Paul, the Macau Fort is one of the World Heritage Sites.
The turret is on the mountain, so if you want to arrive, you have to climb a mountain road. It used to be a very important military center of gravity. It was originally designed to protect the St. Paul's Church (St. Paul's Church), so we walked into the door of the fort. We can first see some sculptures of the Catholic Church. The
turret has experienced nearly 400 years of history, and there are many historic and historical buildings on the stage. There are still cannons reserved, and it is worth visiting.
Climb up the Macau Fort, the commanding heights of the city, you will feel the scenery under the eyes at a glance. The vision is unparalleled, and the colorful architecture of Macau is in sight. This is the best place to overlook the panoramic view of Macau
in these old buildings, there will be sex buildings built in the cracks. Not only can you see a lot of landmark Macao buildings, but you can also see the famous Macau Tower in the distance. The most striking of these buildings is the Grand Lisboa Hotel, which is like a feather that spreads around and is one of the 20 most iconic buildings in the world.
The Macau Fortress is part of the oldest surviving Western-style fort building complex in China. It used to be the centre of military defence facilities. It is now part of the historic city of Macau and is a famous tourist attraction. The large artillery platform of Macau is located on the side of the Dabanba archway. The artillery platform was built during the Ming Shenzong period in 1616. It was owned by the church and was built to protect the St. Paul's clerics. It was used to defend against pirates and then turned into a military facility area. There are giant steel guns around the fort. Although the ancient artillery has lost its military role, it has become an ancient cultural relic and historical witness of Macao. The large turret covers an area of about 10,000 square meters. It was originally the memorial platform of the Jesuit Church of St. Paul (the predecessor of the Ruins of St. Paul), which protected the Jesuit industry in Macao and was later converted into a large castle fort by the Australian and Portuguese governments. The construction of the Grand Fortress lasted 10 years and was completed in 1626.
Monte Fort, located in Macau, was built in the 17th century. The fort buildings, church and the Jesuit College were destroyed in 1838 by a fire. A public park today, the fort offers wonderful views of the city and allows you to see the history of Macau's largest fort. Originally, the fort had enough storage to survive two years under siege, but that was never a necessity. In fact, the cannons at the fort were only fired once at an enemy, which was when the Dutch were being driven away.
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