The main interest of this place is as the original burial site of Vasco de Gama. Having been to his current resting place in Lisbon, this kind of completed the picture. The other point of interest is the punkas (fans) that kept the congregation cool and were operated from outside by people who clearly wouldn't have been welcome inside (so much for Christian charity!)
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