Between the ruins of the St. Paul's and Na Tcha Temple, one can locate the remnants of the wall that once surrounded the colonial city of Macau. It was constructed as a protective barrier against attacks by the Chinese and other adversaries. This piece of Macau's antiquity is open 24/7.
The architecture of the walls is unique due to the mixture of clay, sand, rocks and oyster shells used for the construction. Over time, however, the walls collapsed due to lack of maintenance and what remains now is only a small section. It lies close to other monuments such as The Na Tcha Temple, The Ruins of St. Paul's and Mount Fortress.
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