The ruins of St. Paul’s Church rest on the top of St. Paul’s hill overlooking Malacca (UNESCO world heritage site).
The is part of the Malacca Museum Complex comprising the A Famosa ruins, the Stadthuys and other historical buildings.
Overlooking the A Famosa ruins (about in the center of the photo) from St. Paul’s Hill.
The original church was a simple chapel built in 1521.
Malacca (Melaka) has a beautiful historic district; it is even designated a world heritage city (by the United Nations – UNESCO). The atmosphere encourages artistic thought and expression. And that is shown in art as you walk around the city.
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Some of the art is maybe not what we normally think of as art. But the painting of walls and shutters gives very artistic views as do arched walkways and other elements of the urban architecture.