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Jeswal

Panjim which is the main city of Goa is well connected by the parallel bridges. The Panaji bridge also known as the Mandovi bridge connects the Betim village.
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Panjim which is the main city of Goa is well connected by the parallel bridges. The Panaji bridge also known as the Mandovi bridge connects the Betim village. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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Goa is blessed with a number of fresh water springs. Pomburpa Spring happens to be one of the very famous springs in Goa.
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Goa is blessed with a number of fresh water springs. Pomburpa Spring happens to be one of the very famous springs in Goa. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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Set amongst verdant fields and overlooking a seasonal lake which provides water to paddy fields, is a 1.5 acre property, Arco Iris in Curtorim, Goa. The house is designed in Portugal style with high columns, ceilings and good ventilation and is a good blend of modern and traditional.
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Set amongst verdant fields and overlooking a seasonal lake which provides water to paddy fields, is a 1.5 acre property, Arco Iris in Curtorim, Goa. The house is designed in Portugal style with high columns, ceilings and good ventilation and is a good blend of modern and traditional. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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Sinquerim is located some 13 km from Panaji. Taj Hotel group has set up the Heritage Complex here which dominates the headland around the historic Fort Aguada. There is uninterrupted firm sand from here all the way to north to Baga and if you want a long beach walk, there cannot be a better place to start from.
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Sinquerim is located some 13 km from Panaji. Taj Hotel group has set up the Heritage Complex here which dominates the headland around the historic Fort Aguada. There is uninterrupted firm sand from here all the way to north to Baga and if you want a long beach walk, there cannot be a better place to start from. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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The small hamlet of Reis Magos lies on banks of the Mandovi river and is home to two famous landmarks of Goa - the Reis Magos fort and the Reis Magos Church. It is also one of only three places in Goa, where the unique Feast of the Three Wise Men is held.
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The small hamlet of Reis Magos lies on banks of the Mandovi river and is home to two famous landmarks of Goa - the Reis Magos fort and the Reis Magos Church. It is also one of only three places in Goa, where the unique Feast of the Three Wise Men is held. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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The Viceroy's Arch is another important and ancient example of Goa's pride. It was erected in 1599 by Viceroy Francisco da Gama.
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The Viceroy's Arch is another important and ancient example of Goa's pride. It was erected in 1599 by Viceroy Francisco da Gama. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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The Church had eight richly adorned chapels and four altars and a convent with numerous cells. The ruins of chapels, altars and extensive convent with numerous cells can be seen even today around the tower.
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The Church had eight richly adorned chapels and four altars and a convent with numerous cells. The ruins of chapels, altars and extensive convent with numerous cells can be seen even today around the tower. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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Venkatesh

The Church of St. Cajetan as it is popularly known, (originally called The Church of Our Lady of Divine Providence) and the Convent of St. Cajetan were built by Italian friars of the Order of Theatines.
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The Church of St. Cajetan as it is popularly known, (originally called The Church of Our Lady of Divine Providence) and the Convent of St. Cajetan were built by Italian friars of the Order of Theatines. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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Amit srivastav

Further to the west of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi is the chapel of St. Catherine. Built of laterite blocks it has a tower on either side of the façade. The chapel in the interior, having only one altar is plain..
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Further to the west of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi is the chapel of St. Catherine. Built of laterite blocks it has a tower on either side of the façade. The chapel in the interior, having only one altar is plain.. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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The edifice that presently houses the seminary, was constructed by the Jesuits with donations from the boy-king of Portugal, Dom Sebastião, in the area occupied originally by a Muslim fortress. The foundation stone for the main quadrangular portion was blessed and laid on 1 November 1606 by Fr. Gaspar Soares.
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The edifice that presently houses the seminary, was constructed by the Jesuits with donations from the boy-king of Portugal, Dom Sebastião, in the area occupied originally by a Muslim fortress. The foundation stone for the main quadrangular portion was blessed and laid on 1 November 1606 by Fr. Gaspar Soares. #India-Photos #Goa-Tourism
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