At the Ruins of St. Paul, you will find a sea of people, all of whom are tourists. The Ruins of St. Paul's Church are the remains of St. Paul's Church and it is located on a small hill near the bus street in Macau. St. Paul's Church was built in 1637 and the entire church reflects the combination of European Renaissance architecture and Oriental architecture. It is the most popular monument in Macau. It is the facade of St. Paul's Cathedral, completed in 1580. This church combines the style of European Renaissance and Oriental architecture, reflecting the blend of Chinese and Western art. The carvings are fine and spectacular.