St.Paul's archway is one of the landmark buildings in Macau. It is officially known as St.Paul's Cathedral, and is generally known as St.Paul's or archway. It is a site of the mausoleum of the Mother of God in Macau (St.Paul's Church, completed in 1580). St.Paul archway architecture blends the European Renaissance with the East architectural style, embodying the blend of East-West art, fine carving, magnificent. The triangular pyramids, which consist of three to five layers, are filled with religious atmosphere, whether the high cross at the top of the archway, the statue of the holy baby under the bronze gong or the statue of the virgin surrounded by angels and flowers.