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Ruins of St. Paul’s

Overview

Perhaps the best known of Macau’s attractions, the Ruins of St. Paul’s are the remnants of St. Paul’s Cathedral after a fire in 1835. Visitors are drawn here by the fusion of Eastern and Western architectural styles, a rarity in religious buildings.

As Macau’s leading tourist attraction, the Ruins neighbour Na Tcha Temple, Mount Fortress and the ever-romantic Travessa da Paixão.

Shopaholics should also check out the nearby Rua de S. Paulo (Dasanba) Street for a tourist-oriented shopping experience.

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Ruins of St. Paul's, Calçada de São Paulo, Macau

Museum
09:00 - 18:00
Last Admission at 17:30

Closed Wednesdays after 14:00

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