Planta da Cidade de Macau elaborada pela Comissão de Cartografia, de 1912,  com uma escala de 1/10.000

Tem as seguintes indicações:

Pharol da Guia  Lat. N 22º 11´50´´
Long E. G. 113º 34´

Planta da cidade de Macau 1912No lado inferior direito com letras pequenas:

 M Diniz  red e liph
Original do Arquivo Histórico de Macau
Tratamento fotográfico pela Missão de Estudos Cartográficos de Macau

Encontram-se assinalados lugares já desaparecidos como por exemplo:
Praia de Cacilhas: Soon after passing the Governor’s summer residence a road turns to the right which leads to Cacilha’s Bay with a pretty little sandy beach“; (1)
Bateria 1.º Dezembro, (Bateria de S. Francisco): “The Praya Grand is bounded by two forts and had a little fort, that of St. Peter, in the middle. The two other forts are one at each end of the Praya. San Francisco, of grey stone, being just below the Barracks (several yellow build-ings, through which entrance into it is effected) of that name and nearest the Guia Fort. In 1622 there was but one battery, ‘the lower battery dates from 1632“; (1)
Bahia do Bispo: “The Bomparto Fort had three batteries. This fort is connected with the fort at Taipa Point, on one of the islands lying off the Outer Harbour, by a telegraph line, which lands at Bishop’s Bay, a small sandy bay n little beyond the end of the Praya, below the Penha Hills.”; (1)
Praia da Areia Preta: Just before reaching the Barrier a short distance is the bathing place, the whole coast line here forming with the sandy beach on the seaward side a magnificent roughly semi-circular bay. Many large fishing stakes are seen with the hovels of their owners perched up amongst the rocks.”. (1)
(1) BALL, J. Dyer – Macao: The Holy City; The Gem of the Orient Earth. The China Baptist Publication Society, 1905, 83 p.