The ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral is not only the symbol of Macau, but is also the only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the Jesuits, it occupied the Mount Fortress on the most prominent hill in Macau, and was the center of the Portuguese religious and spiritual life there for hundreds of years.
It burned down several times, and was rebuilt several times but after the last devastating fire, has stood in ruins.
It is an ominous "must see" site in Macau.
It's also only a 15 minute walk from where I live in Macau, so I get to see it a lot.
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