Revisiting The Ruins of St. Paul’s

This year’s Holy Week brought me back to my travel in Macau where I visited one of its most famous landmarks, The Ruins of St. Paul’s. This imposing structure wrapped with rich history takes you as far back as the 16th century when it was originally the St. Paul’s College and the Cathedral of St. Paul. Today, the building has nothing else left but its facade and certain remains of the original pillars and a shrine. 

I was with my mom and sister during this generally gloomy trip in 2010. Nevertheless, the City of Dreams remains to be one of my most favorite cities in the world. I haven’t been to many but its pebble pavings, visible Portuguese inspired architecture, and oh those darling egg tarts are enough to make it to my list. ♥

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