Such a beautiful and well-preserved 17th century Catholic Church right at the heart of Malacca.
Standing on the Church of St. Paul, you can see Malacca, which is famous all over the world. It is the old site of St. Paul's church, some of which are old, but there are still many visitors. There are also many old foreigners from the West who visit it. It's a good place to play.
The Christian Church, built in 1753, is a Dutch-style building. The most exquisite work of art in the church is the fresco "Last Supper" above the altar. The roots and beams on the ceiling are driven by trees, and they are not connected. Hand-made benches have been around for two hundred years. Even Armenian scriptures can be found in churches.
On the top of the hill, it feels vicissitudes to see the architecture. It feels like traversing the history. On the top of the hill, the scenery around it is very beautiful. The appearance of the church is very historic. It is one of the places to visit in Malacca.
This is one of Malacca's major churches and the oldest Roman Catholic church in the country. It dates back to the Dutch colonial era, which followed the occupation by the Portuguese. After years of persecution and churches destroyed by the Dutch, the Portuguese population were given a plot of land and thus this church came to be. It's a beautiful structure and a huge space outside of the old part of town. I didn't come here for a service but the doors were open for visitors.