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Nice

Built during the hey days of the British Raj, the place has an old-time feel to it. Not a big... read more

Reviewed October 20, 2017
Jvalant
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Bombay
an unassuming place

the church situated on the beach and close to the cemetery looks univiting but for its unique... read more

Reviewed May 28, 2017
Mini J
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Oct 20, 2017
“Nice”
Jun 29, 2017
“Superb Architecture Church”
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Thalassery Fort, Kannur, India
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Reviewed October 20, 2017

Built during the hey days of the British Raj, the place has an old-time feel to it. Not a big church, but well maintained.

Thank Jvalant
Reviewed June 29, 2017

A superb church located near the baby beach in thalassery. This Church was built during the British rule. You can also see the tomb of the builder of this Church in the cemetery. Small beautiful Church, well maintained.

Thank travelerraghu
Reviewed May 28, 2017

the church situated on the beach and close to the cemetery looks univiting but for its unique architectural structure. Just looks like something made by children during their play. But once you enter it you will be awestruck realising the historical significance of the structure....More

Thank Mini J
Reviewed April 18, 2016

St. John's Anglican Church built during 19th century by Sir. Edward Brennan, a heritage building is now a maintained by the tourism department. Sir Edward Brennan and several officials of the British east India company rest in the cemetery adjacent to the church. Sir Edward...More

1  Thank Joji J
Reviewed January 13, 2016

Enjoyed being there on the way back from Baby Beach. Great architecture and enjoyed the beauty. If you visit Baby beach, visit this place.

Thank Anupam M
Reviewed December 26, 2015

Didn't plan to visit this church, but coming back from run from Baby beach saw this. Interesting this was on 25th Dec only. It's very nice church and can be visited while in Kannur.

Thank DharmeshBangalore
Reviewed August 2, 2015

Similar to the French Catholic church, this church is also located within the premises of Thalassery fort near the sea. It was built in 1869 after the British captured the fort from the French. It is a small white structure which has been restored recently.

Thank Bornav
Reviewed May 5, 2014

Its located on the backside to thalaserry fort its renovated and its portugese style worth to visit this place

2  Thank DharmapuriAnand
Reviewed October 2, 2012

Its a big beautifull church . its a place u can have a visit for an hour the people near by are so kind and helpfull

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