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A church that one would remember

This Church is well over 300 years old. The architecture of the church is just amazing. One can sit... read more

Reviewed January 31, 2017
capt_vista
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
Beautiful Church, Perfectly Complements The St. Francis Xavier Church Of Daman

As you take your first step inside this church and take in the gorgeous ambiance, you cannot help... read more

Reviewed January 29, 2017
Soumyajit_DM
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On the fort side of Diu town is the island's last remaining fully-functional church, St Paul's. Completed in 1610, the church has an excellent baroque facade and a very fine selection of wooden panelling and furniture inside, including an extravagantly carved 400 year old pulpit.
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  • Very good49%
  • Average22%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Fortside, Diu, India
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Reviewed January 31, 2017

This Church is well over 300 years old. The architecture of the church is just amazing. One can sit here for hours and admire this church. This church is in need of repairs but still it portrays an old rustic look. A must go when...More

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Reviewed January 29, 2017

As you take your first step inside this church and take in the gorgeous ambiance, you cannot help but notice it is almost an exct replica of the St. Francis Xavier Church of Daman. It has the same mid 16th-17th century European architecture, minimal grandeur...More

Thank Soumyajit_DM
Reviewed January 27, 2017 via mobile

Though the st. Pauls' church comes up as a spot to visit , I would not recommend it . It is very poorly maintained and has an air of neglect . Very disappointed .

Thank prachi j
Reviewed January 27, 2017 via mobile

The St Paul's Church is a quaint church located in the heart of Diu. Quite a quirky little place located in a typical Portuguese locale.

Thank Malav89
Reviewed January 25, 2017

A must see in Diu! V old & unique. Since Diu itself is so small not v far from wherever you stay! V peaceful place , one of the places to visit in Diu

Thank jobammp
Reviewed January 24, 2017

St. Paul's church is one of the oldest church and reminds you of Goa and Portuguese era. While nicely painted from outside, internal maintenance can be improved. Its near to the Die fort and hence not much effort in visiting it.

Thank jmeswani
Reviewed January 22, 2017

Its a nice and calm place to go and sit and have a good time. You can enjoy ancient church and can feel holy divine nature of this beautiful place

Thank Nikunj J
Reviewed January 20, 2017

Average Church. Structure is seems to be heritage. Could be maintain better. No toilet / wash room facilities for tourists in nearby.

Thank Abhijit_284
Reviewed January 17, 2017 via mobile

While the blue sea all around provides tranquility u Diu a visit to this church offers a feeling of sheer divinity & peace of mind as one lights a candle and sits inside. It's a very old but extrmely well kept church dedicated to the...More

Thank pinaki50
Reviewed January 16, 2017

it is church built almost 600 years ago. one of the remaining churches built by Portuguese. The Gothic architecture is truly inspiring.

Thank sudeep912
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