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The fort was an important military site in Macau's history. The fort was an irregular quadrilateral shape, which was the core of Macau's defense system at the time, forming a wide artillery defense network covering the east and west coasts. The fort is equipped with barracks, pools and military storage, which is connected to the St Paul's College and the St Paul's Archway. The fort is now converted into the current Macau Museum, with a garden in front of the museum.
The Fort was created in 1617. In 1622, the Fort, which was still not fully completed, emerged, and when the Dutch attacked Macau, they shelled the enemy army, sounded the horn to repel the Dutch, and successfully guarded Macau. From 1623 to 1740, the site of the Fort was the commander of the city defense ... 1626, the Fort was built. In 1835, a fire destroyed all the buildings on the Fort. The Fort remained a military exclusion zone until 1965, when the original barracks were converted into a weather station.
The Fort (St Paul's Fort) was built in 1626 and is one of the important military installations in Macau's history. It has barracks and military warehouses. In addition to the resting place, there are also slow walks for the public to run. Slow walking allows people to enjoy the panoramic view of Australia while running, it is worth the leisure of the passengers to stroll in the Xingtai quietly enjoy the surrounding scenery.
The Fort is a historical cultural relics point in Macau, and the artillery is aimed at the Grand Lisboa, haha! In addition, the Macau Museum is also here, but this time is relatively fast, and you have to queue up to enter the venue. Next time you come, you will visit the Macau Museum.