The Ruins of St. Paul's also identified as Sam Ba Sing Tzik stands neighboring to the famed Mount Fortress and Macau Museum. The front frontage and the splendid stone stairs are the only remnants of the greatest cathedrals in Macau. Completed in 1637, the cathedral became the biggest Catholic Church in East Asia at that time. Regrettably, a violent storm hit Macau in 1835 and the church caught blaze for the third time leaving its magnificence a history. According to historical materials, St Paul's Church, constructed with pallid stones, had a majestic domed roof.