As a strategic stop of the Maritime Silk Road, Macau was the first city from the east to experience the integration of eastern and western culture. Regardless of the differential of religions and nationalities, they blended into the life of the locals and coexisted peacefully in this small piece of land. In the territory of China, the Historic Centre of Macau has the oldest and best preserved centralized infrastructures where the east and west integrated. Architectures related to the historic centre of Macau, marked as world cultural heritage by UNESCO in year 2005, were distributed in different locations across the two zones of Macau.
Macao Historic Centre Macau,