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At first glance this church is a shell but look closer if you're a history buff. Built on the site of the conquered town's Moslem mosque, its graveyard has lots of interesting stones from the colonial time. Above the main door there is an interesting...More
This place is not at all worth visiting separately. Only good thing is that it is at walking distance from basilica of bom jesus so you can spare a few minutes to go for a round here.
even you don't visit, you would not have...More
Its a very small Chapel almost in ruins, but well maintained. Its next to the St. Francis Xavier church behind the place where Archaeological Society has exhibited gun powder making instruments / equipments. A flight of steps downwards lead to this small isolated Chapel which...More
This small, diminutive chapel is tucked away between the river and the St Francis / Se Cathedral complex and it gets easily overlooked, but I recommend you take the short walk downhill and spend some times enjoying the simple beauty (the interior is empty), the...More
One of the prettiest and most serene chapels that I have visited in a long time. It is tucked away and so very private with a lot of photo opportunities in the pretty grounds. The interior is softly lit with natural light and has a...More