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Things to do in Goa

Best attractions to visit in Goa

41. Church of St. Ana - Goa

Church of St Ana

Construction of the Church of St. Anne began in 1577 by Monsignor Francisco de Rego (1681–1689). The Church of St. Anne is a church and religious monument located in the Santana district of Old Goa, in Goa province, India. It was completed in 1695, by his successor, Rev. Fr. Antonio Francisco da Cunha. In Goa province, India. The 17th century church is a major example of the colonial Portuguese Baroque architecture built in Portuguese India.

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42. Chapel of St. Anthony - Goa

Chapel of St Anthony

The Chapel of St Anthony, devoted to the holy person of the Portuguese armed force and naval force, was one of the most punctual to be implicit Goa, again on the bearings of Afonso de Albuquerque keeping in mind the end goal to commend the ambush on the city. Like alternate foundations around it, St Anthony's was deserted in 1835 yet was brought once again into utilization toward the finish of the nineteenth century and is presently mostly being used as a religious circle.

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43. Our Lady of Piety Church - Goa

Our Lady of Piety Church

The Church of Our Lady of Compassion is situated in the town of Piedade; in Divar island. It is otherwise called The Our Lady of Piety Church, Divar, or 'Nossa Senhora da Piedade Igreja em Divar, Goa' in Portuguese. This church was initially a Chapel in 1541, and was remade in 1625 and changed over into the Our Lady of Piety Church, Divar, Goa. Nossa Senhora de Piedade (Our Lady of Piety) is the benefactor holy person of this church. The development of the present church started in 1700 and was finished in 1724.The church which was composed by a Goan minister . The Feast of this church is commended on the second Sunday of May each year.

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44. Other Churches - Goa

Other Churches

Goa stands apart from the rest of India because it was a tiny enclave ruled by the ... Despite being relatively modest compared to the other Churches There Are Many Churches In GOA Some Of the most famous Churches In GOA are given Below,
Holy Spirit Church, Church & Convent of St Monica, Chapel of St Sebastian,Church of St Lawrence, Our Lady of Mercy Church, Church of Our Lady of Miracles, Reis Magos Church, Rachol Seminary, St. Andrew’s Church (Vasco.) These are the famous churches in GOA.

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45. Ashvem Beach - Goa

Ashvem Beach

The beach is located in the Pernem sub district of North Goa. Nearby beaches are Kerim, Arambol and Morjim, the area around Ashwem offers many beautiful landscapes, beaches and sights. Ashwem doesn’t have too many major attractions but the few that it does have are: The Restaurants , The Scenery, The Beach. Famous for its rocky beach that has been shaped by shellfish, giving the rocks a unique shape. The beach isn’t well known among tourists making it an ideal place for people looking for some alone time at a beautiful location.

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46. Bambolim Beach - Goa

Bambolim Beach

Bambolim Beach Resort, Goa the name synonymous with the swaying palms, thick green foliage and unobstructed sea view. You must visit the Bambolim Beach. Located at Nunes Beach at Bambolim Bay within a short motoring distance to the Capital City Panjim. The restaurants on the beach offer not only amazing food, but the location is a complete delight to the eyes. The Bambolin Beach Resort offers comfortable accommodation. You will have a great time if you love to go out in the rough seas on a boat and enjoy.

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47. Vagator Beach - Goa

Vagator Beach

It is located in Bardez taluk of Goa about 21 km northwest of Panaji, Vagator is clean and quiet. Vagator is split into two as it is separated by a headland. When you stand on the headland facing the sea, the beach on your right is the Big Vagator Beach or North Vagator Beach and the beach on the left is Ozran Beach which is popularly known as Little Vagator Beach. The beach is a good place to spend some time in peace and helps recover from the glitz and crowds of Anjuna. Vagator Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in north Goa. Vagator is an impressive stone face of Lord Shiva, carved into a seaside boulder by an unknown sculptor from the hippie era.

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48. Anjuna Beach - Goa

Anjuna Beach

It was discovered by the hippies during the 60's, then was a center of backpackers and Trance parties lovers, Like all of Goa, Anjuna was long held by the Portuguese. In 1950, it had a population of 5,688[1], and in 2011 it had 9,636. Lately became a popular destination for young big-city Indian. Miguel (September 29) and Nossa Senhora Advogada (second week of January). Its church, St. Michael's Church, Anjuna, founded in 1595, is dedicated to S. Miguel, and celebrates the feasts of S.

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49. Aguada Beach - Goa

Aguada Beach

Goa Aguada beach is made special by the Fort Aguada. While Fort Aguada is known to soothe your eyes with delightful views of Aguada beach. The beach is frequenlty visited by many tourists. The Fort Aguada was built by the Portuguese to control the entry of the enemy into River Mandovi and to protect Goa from attacks. The Fort Aguada is worth a visit to savor the nostalgia of the Portuguese regime, especially in the Lighthouse Jail.

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50. Morjim Beach - Goa

Morjim Beach

Morjim is a Census Town in Pernem, Goa, India; it is situated on the northern bank of the Chapora River estuary. The village has become known as "Little Russia" because of the concentration of Russian immigrants living there. It is home to a variety of birds and is a nesting site for Olive ridley sea turtles. Morjim is located next to Siolim, right across the huge Chapora River. It is famous for its Lovely, Long.

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