A church always gives us peace and serenity. An old church and a good view inside. Lots of good things are written inside which is must visit place.
This church is definitely worth a look while wandering through the peaceful streets of Diu Town. Best time to come is in the early morning when the light is best for photography. (Late afternoon is not so good as the sun is behind the façade, making photos more difficult). Interior of the church isn't anything particularly special.
This is an impressive Jesuit church in the hear of Diu. The facade in particular is quite elaborate, and the Indian influences on the traditional Portuguese style are plain to see. Next to it is the monastery , which is now a school. A must, if you are in Diu
Enjoyed my visit here. The woodwork is interesting highlighting the Portuguese construction. The place overall is peaceful and worth spending a quite moment. You might want to combine the visit with Diu Museum as they are close by. But bear in mind that the museum closes by 5:30 and the church by 6:00.
I went there in the evening, it was closed. It looked impressive on outside so I returned in the morning hours when it was open. It is a grand old church said to be built by the Portuguese in 17th century. The woodwork inside is great and worth the visit. Like all the historic attraction in Diu, it can be... More
It is an old Portuguese Church built in 1600 and subsequently renovated in 1807. The wooden carvings are imposing in the Church. The prayer hall is big and chairs are neatly arranged for prayer time. One can light a candle and get peace of mind here.
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