The Section of the Old City Walls refers to the ruins of the old city wall of Macau in between the Ruins of St. Paul’s and Na Tcha Temple. In 2005, the existing section was inscribed into the World Heritage List as it forms part of the Historic Centre of Macau.
An arched door can be found in this section of the old city walls. It is right beside the Na Tcha Temple and the Ruins of St. Paul’s and it’s an interesting piece of history for those looking to learn more about the city and its past. It’s also a recommendable place to take photos from, as it catches a glimpse of different areas of the city, such as the Chinese temple, the western remains of the old St. Paul’s church, and modern buildings.
Also read: The True Story Behind Macau’s Walls